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Farm Info

Shet-Tu Sheep Farm was established in 2005. We are located just off I-25 across from Mead, Colorado. My goal is to breed "Traditional 1927" Shetland Sheep that conform to the 1927 standard, as clarified by Appendix A. My shetlands are fine fleeced and single coated. They are registered, not only with NASSA, but with the FFSSA registry. I do annual micron testing on all my sheep, to be certain they are maintaining the wool quality that is required by FFSSA and myself. As of Aug, 2016 my flock all tested OPP & B-Ovis negative.

Breeding Rams

“Traditional 1927” Rams

Wintertime Roger Rabbit

Wintertime Roger Rabbit produced some extraordinary lambs this year (2016).  We’ll give him another go at it this year.  His fleece completely rooed.

 

FigNewton

FigNewton

Shet-Tu FigNewton is staying on for awhile.  He is sooooooo nice.  I love his fleece.  It is fine, soft and silky.  A dream to put your hands in.  He is sold, but won’t be leaving right away.

UTS Ram Lamb

UTS Ram Lamb

I brought in an UTS ram lamb this fall.  He is shaela in color and has small scurs for horns.  Hoping for some nice lambs from him next spring.