Scroll down for updated pictures of lambs. All lambs are for sale with the exception of Shoshone. I will also keep a ram lamb for showing in September. I don’t know which one yet. First picture is Chickasaw – Ewe Lamb.
Vaila has twins. One of each. I am in love with both these lambs. The ram lamb is named Ojibwe and the ewe lamb is Shoshone. Shoshone will be residing at my farm. She is not for sale.
Sitka had twin ewe lambs today. The 1st born is named Chickasaw and the 2nd born is Kickapoo. They are both gorgeous lambs. Can you tell I’m using Native tribes as their names this year?
Wasilla lambed on 3/18/17. There are one of each. The white one is a ram lamb and his name is Ute and the other is a ewe lamb and her name is Chippewa .
As always, click on the picture to make it bigger.
Some are interested in micron results and some are not. If you are, here are my results for 2017. I have also added a page for Micron results, which has microns back to 2015.
There is some great information on the Fine Fleece Shetland Sheep Association web site, if you are interested in what this all means. The web address is http://www.finefleeceshetlandsheep.org/. Look under the education tab and click on grading chart.
Shet-Tu Divinity starts out the lambing season with twins, the ram lamb is moorit (brown) and his name is Makah and the ewe lamb is white and her name is Sioux. They’re both beautiful and all are doing well.
I am happy to say that after having all my sheep tested, my flock is OPP & B-Ovis negative. This required time and money. But, I feel it is money well spent.
Oh well, upside down is good. The FFSSA shetland sheep show was very successful for
Shet-Tu Sheep Farm, with a champion ram lamb and also a champion fleece.
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