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These are our farms handsome horned rams. We breed for correct conformation, meaty build, horn-set and temperament. The rams we use come from milky ewes, that raise quick-growing lambs. Most of our rams have luxurious, soft fleece. We over-wintered about 30 rams and will most likely keep the ones, here on this page and will be offering a couple of them for sale later this year. It isn’t the final cut yet, as we will reevaluate everyone after shearing and get a hand on them.
I have three rams below that need names though… I would love your input 🙂 Last year was our “E” year, so I would prefer names that start with E. Thanks!
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