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2011 Navajo-Churro Flock

MTF Cocoa a reddish brown ewe

MTF Cocoa

Cocoa is a lovely, but skittish brown ewe. She is very alert, and her wariness is a natural protection against the predators that roam the mountains around us, but she isn't the easiest ewe to handle. Luckily, her lambs seem to have a much better temper than her, and as she isn't aggressive, I've never been displeased. She is our oldest ewe, and will soon be retired from lambing so that she can enjoy her golden years producing nothing more than her gorgeous, lustrous red hinted fleece. While I'm not really sure why, apparently her registration papers were never filed, and so she's slipped through the cracks for many years and at least two previous owners. She will be submitted for registration in August 2012.

Cocoa's Sire: SB George (N-CSA #C4605-05); Sire's Sire: baw Rafael (N-CSA #B3226-02);Sire's Dam: baw Nadia (N-CSA #C3374-03)
Cocoa's Dam: MTF Red Spruce (N-CSA #B4000); Dam's Sire: PDF Whitehorse (N-CSA #C3005-02); Dam's Dam: RHR Penelope (N-CSA #A2369-99)



NSP SkunkyNSP Skunky (N-CSA #5276-08)

Skunky was bred by Meredith Howell, and she's quite the character. Skunky is a typical mature black ewe, with a fantastic blue tinged fleece, and a darling skunk stripe down her nose. She is available for reservation, as her genes are very well represented in our flock. She actually is not as wooly looking as her photos appear, although she does get some seasonal scrub on the fronts of her back legs which sheds out in spring. Her face is clean, with a light amount of grow out on the cheeks behind the eyes, but she isn't as closed face as it looks like in this photo. She throws nice clean legged and clean faced lambs with high quality fleece, and she tends to throw lots of twins.

Skunky's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Sire's Sire: FRF Flint (N-CSA #B3382-03); Sire's Dam: baw Vidalia (N-CSA #2218-98)
Skunky's Dam: Meredith Howell's Allison; Dam's Sire: Susan Faria's Dodge; Dam's Dam: Susan Faria's Ruby





NSP Noir, a black ewe with bluing tips to her fleece NSP Noir (N-CSA #5274-08)

Noir is my very favorite barnyard character. This zany black ewe has taken it upon herself to be the farm fashion police. If she sees underwear poking above blue jeans, she'll come over and snap them with her front teeth. The first time she did it, I thought somebody was pranking me, but since then, I've come to treasure Noir's humorous antics and her rare kisses. Noir isn't always the first one to come up for treats, but she's always the most insistent about giving sheep kisses after receiving her favorite sheep treat of them all: dried apple slices.

Noir's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Sire's Sire: FRF Flint (N-CSA #B3382-03); Sire's Dam: baw Vidalia (N-CSA #2218-98)
Noir's Dam: Susan Faria's Kari; Dam's Sire: NSP Ram; Dam's Dam: Browni Moorit





NSP Athena, a beautiful black ewe with blue coat, black legs, and white socks with a white streak on her headNSP Athena (N-CSA #5275-08)

Athena is a gorgeous black TGH ewe with a glowing blue tinted fleece and show stopper black and white markings that really make her stand out in the field. While she is one of the shy sheep, she is an incredible mother and is usually second in the flock to alert the rest of approaching stranger danger. Athena throws some exceptionally large lambs, and can be identified not only by her TGH markings but also by her gracefully arched horns.

Athena's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Sire's Sire: FRF Flint (N-CSA #B3382-03); Sire's Dam: baw Vidalia (N-CSA #2218-98)
Athena's Dam: Meredith Howell's NSP Jennifer; Dam's Sire: Susuan Faria's Acey Ducey; Dam's Dam: Susan Faria's Phyllis





PDF Champagne, an adorable brown badger face ewe with cream fleece that has a distinctive delicate wiggle to it.PDF Champagne (N-CSA #B5272-08)

Champagne has an unmistakable cream fleece with heather grey undertones, and she has been the dam to many lambs with exceptional fleeces. Two of her daughters, Marabella and Zephyr, are also in our flock, and they both have very lustrous, soft fleeces with a thick undercoat. Champagne also has a winning personality, and is often among the first ewes to greet me in the morning with her cheerful baaing. Champagne is available for reservation, as her genes are very well represented in our flock. I do not recommend Champagne for breeding with a 4 horned ram, as she throws split eyelid lambs when mixed with a 4 horn.

Champagne's Sire: MKCR Cazadero (N-CSA #A4536-05); Sire's Sire: CVS Juan (N-CSA #4449-05); Sire's Dam: MKCR Olive Oil (N-CSA #2910-01)
Champagne's Dam: PDF Chink (N-CSA #B4225-04); Dam's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Dam's Dam: PDF Dusky (N-CSA #B1814-96)






BHF Marabella, a gorgeous brown and fawn ewe BHF Marabella

Marabella is Champagne's daughter, and she's a lovely ewe. Her fleece is super straight, very long, and has a perfect double coat. It washes out to a glowing creamy color, and spinning it is just dreamy. She is a gray and tan ewe, and although in some light she looks brownish, you can really tell the difference between her and a true brown ewe when you see them stand side by side. She will be submitted for registration in August 2012.

Marabella's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Marabella's Dam: PDF Champagne (N-CSA #B5272-08); Dam's Sire: MKCR Cazadero (N-CSA #A4536-05); Dam's Dam: PDF Chink (N-CSA #B4225-04)





BHF Zephyr, a lovely brown badgerface ewe with heather gray and cream fleece.BHF Zephyr

Zephyr is a playful brown badgerface ewe, and she is usually the first to investigate something new in the fields. She can often be seen nose to nose with Syro, the greenhouse cat, or stamping her feet at the chickens or ducks. Her fleece is just heavenly, with a heather gray undertone and cream outer coat. She will be submitted for registration in August 2012.

Zephyr's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Sire's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01)
Zephyr's Dam: PDF Champagne (N-CSA #B5272-08); Dam's Sire: MKCR Cazadero (N-CSA #A4536-05); Dam's Dam: PDF Chink (N-CSA #B4225-04)





BHF Zalinga, a gorgeous black ewe with just the faintest oxidizing to her hindquartersBHF Zalinga

Zalinga is the last of our Bleating Heart Farms ewes, and boy is she a head turning black! At two years old, she still has an ultra black fleece that has been immensely popular. While her personality isn't quite as outgoing as Zephyr or Marabella, she's still a very friendly ewe. I'm always amazed at how black can glow, but when you see Zalinga in the direct sun, she's downright luminescent. She will be submitted for registration in August 2012.

Zalinga's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Sire's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01)
Zalinga's Dam: NSP Skunky (N-CSA #5276-08); Dam's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Dam's Dam: Meredith's Allison





2012 Ewes

2012 is a big flock expansion year for us. I will be updating this section once again in July, after I return from the 16th Annual Sheep is Life Celebration in Tsaile, Navajo Nation (Arizona).

ALS Belle, a gorgeous pure white ewe with clean face,  belly, and legs.ALS Belle

Belle is a delicate white ewe, and we've been awaiting her arrival since 2011. She's easy to spot in the field, because her fleece is so lustrous she appears to glow, and she's easy to hear in the flock, as she has a very cute bleat. However, cute as she is, Belle is a real firecracker! This sweet faced ewe is capable of leaps that would make Michael Jordan proud. She plays mom to our young ALS lambs, and woe to the sheep who messes with Smoke, Storm, or Mist when Belle is around! Belle will be submitted for registration in August 2012, and we are reserving her for our 2012 or 2013 breeding season, depending on when she reaches her full size.

Belle's Sire: baw Reese; Sire's Sire: BSM Sandoval (N-CSA #B3460-03); Sire's Dam: baw Baby P
Belle's Dam: ALG Oprah; Dam's Sire: Unknown; Dam's Dam: AGR 67





ALS Buffalo, a very fine brown ewe with two well defined hornsALS Buffalo

Buffalo is one of the two bred ewes I brought back from Montana. She is a nice yearling brown ewe with well defined horns. For a first time mother, Buffalo is very attentive. I look forward to seeing what sort of fleece she'll produce for us, and if this year is any indication, she'll produce many more outstanding patterened and colored lambs for us. Buffalo has excellent conformation, and a very distinctive bleat when she's looking for her lamb. Buffalo will be submitted for registration in August 2012.

Buffalo's Sire: baw Reese; Sire's Sire: BSM Sandoval (N-CSA #B3460-03); Sire's Dam: baw Baby P
Buffalo's Dam: RNJ Goody; Dam's Sire: CMW Applejack; Dam's Dam: MAYW Daffodil





ALS Honey Badger a black ewe with TGH white hat and two short, thick hornsALS Honey Badger

Honey Badger is a fantastic black horned yearling ewe with white TGH markings on her head. This ewe actually gave birth to her first lamb in my trailer, on the way back home from Montana! Honey Badger was supposed to go to a different farm, but I have to admit, after our shared travel experience, I've gotten a bit attached, and so Honey Badger will probably be staying at Dot Ranch. Honey Badger is much sweeter than the animal she's named for, and she has no problem sticking her nose in my pockets in search of treats. She will be submitted for registration in August 2012.

Honey Badger's Sire: baw Reese; Sire's Sire: BSM Sandoval (N-CSA #B3460-03); Sire's Dam: baw Baby P
Honey Badger's Dam: HwS Magnolia (N-CSA #A5385-08); Dam's Sire: CNF Prince (N-CSA #4790-05); Dam's Dam: CNF Poppy





2012 Purchased Lambs

ALS Mist a brown ewe lambALS Mist

Mist is an All Smiles lamb, and she was born 26 January 2012. She was a nice medium brown at birth, and she has lightened into a gorgeous light brown/fawn color. She is a very friendly and gentle lamb, and has no problems sneaking treats out of your pockets or palm. Mist will be submitted for registration in 2013, and she will be bred for the first time in 2014.

Mist's Sire: SDA Mahogany (N-CSA #A5037-07); Sire's Sire: awaiting info; Sire's Dam: awaiting info
Mist's Dam: ALS Rose; Dam's Sire: baw Reese; Dam's Dam: ALS Lavender





ALS Smoke, a gorgeous pure black ewe lambALS Smoke

Smoke is a solid black ewe lamb, bred by All Smiles Sheep. She was born 29 January 2012, and is the twin to a black ram with Two Grey Hills white on his forehead, muzzle, and two white socks on his hind legs. Smoke is a very petite lamb, although I expect her to grow to an average adult size. She is probably the shyest lamb we have, most likely due to her size, but she's also the wiliest when it comes to going on escapades through the garden. A mysterious blight struck my bonsai, leaving me baffled as to how they could all be dying at once... until the morning I caught Smoke munching on them!Smoke will be submitted for registration in 2013, and she will join our breeding line up in 2014.

Smoke's Sire: CW Lonesome; Sire's Sire: awaiting info; Sire's Dam: awaiting info
Smoke's Dam: RNJ Spice Girl; Dam's Sire: MAYW Dolittle; Dam's Dam: 3JL Buffy





ALS Storm, a grey badger ewe lambALS Storm

Storm is an All Smiles lamb, born 4 February 2012. She is a hefty gray badgerface ewe lamb, and the constant companion of Smoke. Storm is a bit less shy than Smoke, but not quite as shameless as Mist. She is starting to get too fat to escape with Smoke, so hopefully soon we'll actually get a chance to see our roses bloom without pesky lambs nipping the buds off! She will be submitted for registration in 2013, and she will join our breeding line up for 2014.

Storm's Sire: DAM Giddeon; Sire's Sire: Unknown; Sire's Dam: DAM Briana
Storm's Dam: CNF Luthien Tinuvial; Dam's Sire: CNF Patrick (N-CSA #B3552-03); Dam's Dam:CNF Galadriel





ALS Shawna, a pretty black and white ewe lamb with some roaning on her flanksALS Shawna

Shawna here (named in honor of Shaun the Sheep by my son), is a very pretty little ewe lamb bred by Deb Fergason of Montana, from All Smiles Sheep stock. Unfortunately, she couldn't keep her sheep, and so I was able to buy the two bred ewes. Shawna was born on St. Patricks Day 2012 (17 March 2012). She has recently developed the trademark white teardrops of an English Blue, which made me quite happy since my English Blue sire is no longer with the flock. She will be submitted for registration in 2013 and she will join our breeding line up in 2014.

Shawna's Sire: Unknown (Two possibilities, both ALS rams)
Shawna's Dam: ALS Buffalo; Dam's Sire: baw Reese; Dam's Dam: RNJ Goody





DR Spokane, a white ewe with a brown spot and light brown tips to her earsALS Spokane

Spokane is one lucky little lamb! This ewe lamb was born in a Spokane, WA gas station parking lot. Her mom was one of Deb Fergason's bred ewes that we didn't think was even close to lambing, but she had us fooled! I pulled in to fuel up the truck on the way back from the All Smiles ranch, and what do you know, I saw Honey Badger in labor when I checked on the ewes in the trailer. Spokane was born 28 March 2012, and weighed in at 10 lbs. She is a shy ewe lamb, but she is developing with an exceptionally clean face and long, delicate legs. Her ears are very large but not droopy or overly upright, she has a very long, strong back, and she has an overall look that's very primitive in comparison with some of our other sheep. She is white with a brown spot in her lamb fleece, light brown spots at the tips of her ears, and subdued classic Churra markings at her eyes and lips. It looks as if she's gone a bit heavy on the eyeliner and lipstick. This girl will be very good for the production minded ranch that needs both quality fleece and high hanging weight in their lambs. She is only for sale due to an abundance of her grand sire's genes in our flock.

This ewe lamb is available for reservation

Spokane's Sire: ALS Memphis; Sire's Sire: baw Reese; Sire's Dam: ALS Chevelle (N-CSA #B5776-10)
Spokane's Dam: ALS Honey Badger; Dam's Sire: baw Reese; Dam's Dam: HwS Magnolia(N-CSA #A5385-08)





Our Navajo-Churro Rams


2011 Rams

PDF Bryce, a huge 4 horn fused white ram PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05)

Bryce was a fantastic old ram, with perfectly fused 4 horns spiraling out. While he was much larger than our other rams, he had the gentlest disposition. He was always a majestic sight out in the ram pen, and never broke down fences or opened gates. His horns had an incredible spread on them, and he sired some very good sized lambs. Bryce impressed me so much that I've kept a very high percentage of his ewe lambs in our flock, so you can expect to see his name on pedigrees for many years.

Bryce's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Sire: PDF One Eye (N-CSA #C2861-01); Sire's Dam: Josh Elk Dancer (N-CSA #1812-96)
Bryce's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01); Dam's Sire: CMW Nizoni (N-CSA #B2242-98); Dam's Dam: PDF Kaibab (N-CSA #A1815-96)





MTF Sebastian, an English Blue RamMTF Sebastian

Sebastian was a very vigorous ram, but his horns (two horns, not 4 fused) were tighter than I prefer to see, and he has been culled from the flock. While he did sire some beautiful ewes with very desirable fleeces, we're going to be scrutinizing his ram lambs very carefully for signs of unacceptably tight horns. Sebastian has successfully sired some incredible looking ram lambs in the past, and while I don't expect that this year will be any different, I always err on the side of caution with the rams that are allowed to leave Dot Ranch.

Sebastian's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Sire: RHR Taco (N-CSA #A2996-02); Sire's Dam: MTF Mulberry (N-CSA #A3558-03)
Sebastian's Dam:baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01); Dam's Sire: MA Milliman (N-CSA #A2645-00); Dam's Dam: baw Polly





2012 Rams


baw Master Chief Nestor, a brown badger face ram with 4 horns fused into twobaw Master Chief Nestor

This gorgeous 4 horn fused brown badger face ram, bred by bide a wee farm, is being carefully watched to see how he develops. Master Chief Nestor has shown an outstanding fleece, and his horns are developing nicely into a wide spaced, well fused, and well balanced spread. He is the shyest ram we have here, which makes him a tad bit more popular with the humans. He will be submitted for registration in August 2012. If his registration is accepted, he will join our Fall 2012 breeding line up.

Master Chief Nestor's Sire: baw Salazar (N-CSA #B4206); Sire's Sire: baw Chakotay (N-CSA #B3386-03); Sire's Dam: RHR Pralines & Cream (N-CSA #A1964-97)
Master Chief Nestor's Dam: baw Ailsa (N-CSA #C4204); Dam's Sire: FRF Flint (N-CSA #B3382-03); Dam's Dam: baw Vidalia (N-CSA #B2218-98)





ALS Mitchell, a white badger ram with 4 horns, two fused on the right and two unfused on the left.ALS Mitchell

Mitchell is our newest ram, and we've been eagerly awaiting his arrival to Dot Ranch for nearly a year. He was bred by Josh Pecukonis of All Smiles Sheep and Wool. Mitchell has four horns, two fused on the right, and two unfused on the left. I wasn't really aiming for another 4 horn, but Mitchell was so big and beautiful that I couldn't resist. We waited to see how his horns developed before bringing him home, and they are all aimed in safe directions. Mitchell will be submitted for registration in August 2012, and he will be in our 2012 breeding line up.

Mitchell's Sire: DAM Mitch; Sire's Sire: DAM Gunther; Sire's Dam: DAM Molly
Mitchell's Dam: ALS Panda; Dam's Sire: baw Reese; Dam's Dam: ALS Dusty Miller



2012 Navajo-Churro Lambs

Lambs and ewes in the field


DR Avery Johnson, a dark rich brown ram lamb with four hornsDR Avery Johnson

Born 2 March 2012, DR Avery Johnson was a petite but very vigorous 9 lb single ram lamb. He is a classic 4 horned Navajo-Churro, and we're watching his horns very carefully. This gorgeous little guy will be on our radar for the following year. He seems to be developing with an exceptionally clean face and clean legs, and is exhibiting the same traits that made his sire one of my favorite rams of all time.


Avery Johnson's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Sire's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01)
Avery Johnson's Dam: MTF Cocoa; Dam's Sire: SB George (N-CSA #C4605-05) Dam's Dam: MTF Red Spruce (N-CSA #B4000).





DR Tomoko's Wish, a beautiful white ewe lambDR Tomoko's Wish

Tomoko's Wish was born 3 March 2012, a hurkin' big 13lb ewe lamb. She is polled, and her color is pure white, just like her sire PDF Bryce. She is definitely sure that she's the eldest of the ewe lambs, and likes to start the lambs zooming up and down the fields. She is the very largest of the lambs, and at two months old, she was already over half the size of her dam. Her conformation is excellent and her fleece is developing beautifully.

This ewe lamb is not for sale

Tomoko's Wish's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Sire's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01)
Tomoko's Wish's Dam: NSP Athena (N-CSA #5375-08); Dam's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Dam's Dam: Meredith Howell's Jennifer





DR Pvt JenkinsDR Private Jenkins (Pvt. Jenkins)

Born 6 March 2012, Pvt. Jenkins is pretty huge for a twin, at 9 pounds birth weight. Although Pvt Jenkins is a gorgeous black and tan ram with a beautiful fleece, I do not believe he will be available as a ram. He has five horns that are developing nicely, but he has a Type II split on one eyelid. Pvt. Jenkins may become available as a wether for a fleece flock, but at this time he is unavailable for reservation until we've had more time to assess his characteristics.

This ram lamb is currently unavailable for reservation


Pvt. Jenkin's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Pvt. Jenkin's Dam: PDF Champagne (N-CSA #B5272-08); Dam's Sire: MKCR Cazadero (N-CSA #A4536-05); Dam's Dam: PDF Chink (N-CSA #B4225-04)





DR Mary's GiftDR Mary's Gift

Mary's Gift is a gorgeous little ewe lamb. She was born 6 March 2012, and is the 10 lb twin sister to DR Pvt. Jenkins. She is very sproingy, and likes to boss around her brother and the other ram lambs. Mary's Gift is a very nice rich brown badgerface ewe, and her fleece is coming in with the same lustre that makes her mom's fleece so popular with our wool spinning customers. However, like her twin, she does have a Type II split in one eyelid. Mary's Gift is available for reservation for either your breeding flock or fleece flock, and I have confidence that despite the split, she has a good chance of throwing lambs with normal eyelids if bred to a good two horned ram. Mary's Gift is a full sibling to Marabella, one of my finest ewes, and a ewe who consistently produces high quality lambs without defect.

This ewe lamb SOLD!

Mary's Gift's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Mary's Gift's Dam: PDF Champagne (N-CSA #B5272-08); Dam's Sire: MKCR Cazadero (N-CSA #A4536-05); Dam's Dam: PDF Chink (N-CSA #B4225-04)





DR Lt. Haverson, a black ram lamb with white patches and white cupped earsDR Lt. Haverson

Lieutenant Haverson (Lt. Haverson) is one handsome little ram lamb with his mother's super black color featuring a twist of white and adorable white cupped ears. He was born 13 March 2012, and weighs in at 11 lbs, although he looks a bit more stout than that. He is a Navajo Sheep Project Blue (Or NSP Blue), although he may develop the white teardrops of an English Blue later on. Lt. Haverson has a beautiful and stout set of two horns, and his conformation is very square and well proportioned.

This ram lamb SOLD!


Lt. Haverson's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Lt. Haverson's Dam: BHF Zalinga; Dam's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Dam's Dam: NSP Skunky (N-CSA #5276-08)



Admiral Whitcomb, a gorgeous black badgerface ram lamb with white body.DR Adm. Whitcomb

Admiral Whitcomb was born on 16 March 2012, and he was an exceptionally stout lamb, especially for a twin. He weighed 10.5lbs at birth, and already had 4 horns visibly bumping up. Adm Whitcomb died of hypothermia 19 March 2012, after being accidentally stepped on by a llama during a freak snowstorm.

Deceased

Adm. Whitcomb's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Adm. Whitcomb's Dam: NSP Noir (N-CSA #5274-08); Dam's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Dam's Dam: Susan Faria's Kari





DR Déjà, a black ewe lamb with a TGH white capDR Déjà

Déjà is the twin sister of DR Adm. Whitcomb, born 16 March 2012. Ironically, Déjà was the frailer of the two lambs, weighing barely 8lbs at birth. She was the wobblier, smaller twin, but she has proven to have her mother Noir's good sense and instinct for survival. She takes more than that from her mom though, she's also a very friendly little pocket lamb, who often comes up for treats and chin scritches. She has an outstanding lamb fleece developing, and if she turns out anything like her cousin Zalinga, she'll be an amazing addition to anybody's fleece flock. I had originally intended to keep Déjà for our own flock, but I have too many of her bloodline already here and so I must let her go. Déjà is available for reservation.

This ewe lamb is not for sale.

Déjà's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Déjà's Dam: NSP Noir (N-CSA #5274-08); Dam's Sire: baw Walla Walla (N-CSA #B4385-05); Dam's Dam: Susan Faria's Kari





DR Cortana, a gorgeous white and black badger face ewe lambDR Cortana

Cortana was born 22 March 2012, a 10 lb black badgerface ewe lamb. She is a boisterous little lamb, friendly to people and bouncy to the other lambs. While she isn't quite as friendly as her mom Zephyr is towards people, she's continually throwing herself onto the other lambs. Cortana is the most respectful of fences of all the lambs, and has never attempted to escape. She has a magnificent glowing fleece that is slowly darkening to a very pale brown, and her wool is very lustrous, just like her dam's.

This ewe lamb is SOLD!

Cortana's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)
Cortana's Dam: BHF Zephyr; Dam's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Dam's Dam: PDF Champagne (N-CSA #B5272-08)





DR Kelly, a black and tan ewe lambDR Kelly 087

Kelly is a very promising litle ewe lamb, and I'm excited to see how she'll develop. She was born 23 March 2012, an impressive 9.75 lb twin. She is a lovely black and tan ewe, although she has more brown than black, and glows sunset red under direct sunlight. She has a very square conformation, and tends to be a more dominant lamb in play and feeding. Kelly is very vigorous, clean faced, and clean legged, and I have confidence that she will join our breeding flock in 2014. Kelly is currently reserved for our own flock.

This ewe lamb is not for sale

Kelly's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Sire's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01)
Kelly's Dam: BHF Marabella; Dam's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)





DR Linda a darling white ewe lambDR Linda 058

Linda is another white ewe lamb from PDF Bryce. She has a light brown burro marking down the back of her neck, part of her spine, and across her shoulders. It looks like a faint little cross she's bearing. Despite not being as dominant with the other lambs as her twin sister Kelly, she is more outgoing towards people and other animals. She can often be found chasing Syro, the barn cat, around the yard in a playful attempt to sniff his tail. While the cat isn't amused, it's quite entertaining for the rest of us to watch.

This ewe lamb is SOLD!

Linda's Sire: PDF Bryce (N-CSA #B4537-05); Sire's Sire: PDF Chipmunk (N-CSA #A3413-03); Sire's Dam: PDF Kaia (N-CSA #A2854-01)
Linda's Dam: BHF Marabella; Dam's Sire: MTF Sebastian; Sire's Sire: EA Ollie (N-CSA #B4053-04); Sire's Dam: baw Dixie (N-CSA #B2878-01)

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