Thursday, April 28, 2011
Flock Starter Packages Available
Over the past few years my flock has grown. I have keep lambs. I have gathered sheep from a variety of states and brought in UK genetics with Neville. I really love the results I got this lambing season. Now I am faced with an interesting problem. I like too many and I have too many. So I am letting sheep go that I never would have imagined I would part with and offering some of the best lambs ever born here for sale. I simply need to simplify. I take care of all the critters here pretty much all myself, with the occasional fencing/tractor work or jobs that really require more than one person. I have a few little helpers that help on occasion but really it comes down to just me. I actually moved 4 rams the other day by myself. Not the smartest idea, but they are all good boys. I just got tired of waiting for help and they really wanted back outside. As I have said with this many sheep, not having a herding dog is problematic. I am allergic to most herding dogs. SO...it is time to downsize. I have pups still left to sell as well. A goat about to have her kids. Spring sports season in full swing. A garden to think about planting if it ever stops raining. Working part time. Would love to get my horses in shape and ride a little more often, maybe even go to a show. And yes don't even get me started talking about how behind on the laundry I have found myself again. I guess I am just feeling the pressure of it all. So that is good for you. I am offering deep discounts on starter flocks if you buy 3 or more sheep. Please check the Sales tab at the top of this page. Inquire for details and pricing. Speaking of all that, I better get working. I will leave with a few photos my sister took while she was visiting.
F2 Heights Orion rams
Lilly is still looking for a new home. Whistle's kids are due at any moment.