By February each year, our lambing season begins. With about 160 lambs on their way,lambing season consists of many sleepless nights and endless feedings for our sweet new lambs. We leave our lambs with their mamas to get the best nutrition possible before we wean them to a bottle.
Our lambs share large open pens in our warm old barn until they reach four weeks of age. At this point, we set them loose to the open pastures. With a whole new world of smells and sights, some take to their new space more easily than others but soon enough we see them leaping around and basking in warm patches of sunshine.
It is rare that a day goes by without a few cars slowing down to watch the lambs explore their pastures. We find it hard to pass a field without slowing down ourselves.
We sell our lambs for breeding as well as for meat at a variety of ages.
If you are interested in purchasing a lamb, or several, please email us!
I am interested in a Ram and 3 Ewes, and how much you are selling them for.
I am interested in 3 meat lambs. Please let me know how much you are selling them for. Thank you.
Interested in a baby ram.
I will be up in Washington on the 8th and 9th. I have Assaf sheep (East Friesan and Awassi cross). I would very much like to get some LaCaune genetics in my herd. I’m especially looking for a naturally polled ram preferably out of a ewe with well attached udder. I’m branching out from the dairy goat world, and these pendulous udders are taking some getting used too!
If you have a young ram available I would be very interested in bringing one home next month. Bottle baby is ok, though I have primarily goats still in milk right now.
I am interested in a ewe lamb if you have any surplus. I perfer to get phone calls as the internet and email do weird things to me. But if email is it: firstname.lastname@example.org
I would also be interested in a ram lamb next year, but am uncertain if I would want one bottle fed. I bought a couple weathers from you several years ago and the one surviver has a lovely fleece. I am more into milking but fleece is always appreciated.
I would like to know how and when to buy one lamb