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(Lil' Country Jedediah Smith X HarvestThyme Harriet Bee)
2009 black twin gulmoget smirslet ewe
Okay to say she is also a favorite seems like I am repeating myself, but it is true! She is so sweet and her yearling micron was in the low 20's and that is with a double coated fleece ironically. She might even carry the modifier because her grand-sire, Windswept Yankee Doodle, was mioget. She is also a F4 Roban Dillon twice. She is a poll carrier but time will tell if she is full or half poll carrier. She was bred to Mapleton Zeus for her her first lambing this April. She was small as a lamb but is as big, if not bigger, than many of my other adult ewes now. I really see how having the extra year to grow is important for some lines. When my shearer was here last spring, he said this yearling is going to have a huge growth spurt and he was right. She is making me a little nervous now however because she is big and round with 1-2 months to go before lambing, even across the top of her hips. I am hoping she is carrying twins because I fear she is over conditioned if there is only one in there and I haven't even started to grain the ewes yet. I really hope to get some gully lambs this year between her and Olympia. A gul-kat would be cool! Thank you Kristi in Ohio for selling her to us!