Jasper, English Leicester long wool ram. Large and easy going with lovely long curls. Suitible for all types of crafts.
Frosty Pine Rams
Olde English "Babydoll" Southdown ram. One of triplets born on 3/17/15
Sold as of 3/17/18.
New ram “Tiny Tim” Triple Reg “RR”.
Bulldogge, son of Fire Power Vic.
Baby doll ewes, health and hardy.
Colored Angora goats
Colored angora goats, produce mohair. The goats are shorn twice a year and provide lovely shiny locks of mohair used for many types of fiber crafts.
Border Leicester ewes have a smooth face and ears. English Leicester's have a curly forelock and wool may be slightly longer then the Border's. They can be shorn once or twice a year. Keeping coats on them, help protect the wool.
Livestock gaurdian's are essential for keeping the sheep, and goats safe. They protect from preditors, both flying (eagles, hawks), and the four legged type (cyototes, wolves, and bear). Elliot, the gelded llama, takes his job very seriously and will sound the alert when anything unusual is going on. Three dogs, also, stay with the sheep. They are a mix of Great Pyrenees, Akbash, Anatolian shepherd, and just a bit of Newfoundland. They work well together.
Wool and mohair will be available in limited quantities, during the spring and fall.