Handsome Horned Rams…

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Dodge

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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Eclipse

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SOOC

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Bacchus

SOOC

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Edge

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I need a name suggestion for this handsome guy! Preferably names that start with an “E” as that is what year they were born on…

SOOC

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I need a name suggestion for this handsome guy! Preferably names that start with an “E” as that is what year they were born on…

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Sullivan aka Sully…

SOOC

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Another of Sully…

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Elgur…

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I need a name suggestion for this handsome guy! Preferably names that start with an “E” as that is what year they were born on…

SOOC

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Ewan…

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Draumur…

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Eldur

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Eran

Eran

Reykur

Reykur

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11 comments on “Handsome Horned Rams…

  1. Lighthousegal says:

    I love all your photos of these beautiful animals. Each one has a laid back nonchalant look to them, they must be very content where they are. The way some of their horns curl around is magnificent. The next to the last shot of the one with the dark face against the white body is so precious.

  2. Hanne Bente says:

    Lovely image series showing some beautiful sheep 🙂 Hanne Bente

  3. Majestic horned rams! Love these profiles of them detailing their faces!
    Names: Excalibur, Evrain, Engres

  4. Gunilla says:

    Gorgeous animals! I love those curled horns.

  5. Jess Schira says:

    Eshin is Buddhist for understanding mind and Ea is the name of the Babylonian god of wisdom. You have some truly beautiful animals.

  6. Pat says:

    They are good-looking sheep!

  7. Kalantikan says:

    They are all so lovely and awesome, definitely fitted for your part of the world. Having just a horn as a symbol is also lovely. I bet they are all very expensive!

  8. Margy says:

    Amazing horns, and coats. – Margy

  9. Teresa says:

    They are awfully handsome. Sully’s horns are quite impressive!

  10. Sully does have very impressive horns, it’s a good thing he’s such a mellow guy!

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