We only sell
lambs that we would be happy to keep!
Please contact us
if you are interested in purchasing a lamb or if you have any
questions about them.
will be updated as the lambs grow. We can hold a lamb for
a few days until your deposit of one third the purchase price is
received. Balance will be due at pick up. We do accept PayPal
. Deposits are non-refundable
lamb is determined by us to be non-breeding quality, or becomes
unavailable for any other reason. Lambs will be scrapie-tagged
, and have their CD/T shots
before you take
In addition, when you purchase a
lamb, we will provide:
- the health history file
for the lamb
- registration of the
lamb if you desire
Of course, we also will provide you
with on-going "technical
support" before and after your purchase. We want
you to have as great an experience with these sheep as we have!
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to email us.
We're always happy to talk sheep!
We really do love
talking to people and answering questions about our sheep.
We do ask however, as a courtesy, that if you email us, and only
provide an email address for contact, that you just send a brief acknowledgement
that our answers to your questions have gotten
through. We won't bug you - we promise! But it's
frustrating to spend significant time answering questions, sending
photos, etc. and then never receive any feedback. We don't
know if our email has been caught in a spam filter, or if you have
just changed your mind. A simple "Thanks!" is appreciated. And if you email us and don't receive
an answer in a timely fashion, PLEASE check your spam folder or
call us! We always respond to emails we receive, and we'd hate
for anyone to think we are ignoring them.
Check out a lamb video here
We are well
into the breeding season now, so look for our 2012 lamb list
next Spring. Lambs should start arriving in
mid-April! In the meantime, check out our Ewes page
to see who is bred to whom, and see the Rams page
for information on the farm sires!
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Last update: February 20, 2012