Babydoll Sheep For Sale

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2021 Breeding Quality NABSSAR Registered Babydoll Lambs:

Below are pictures of my 2021 lambs for sale

Pictured above:  a very friendly wether named Burton Guster aka Gus is a twin from one of my original flock starting ewes “Daisy”.  Daisy consistently has twins and has strong maternal instincts.  She has an ample milk supply to support twins and is one of my favorite and best ewes.  We didn’t get a very flattering side view of Gus.  Lambs do not always cooperate for their photo sessions! RR at codon 171.

Pictured above is the darling ram named Barty.   He was a twin born on April 13th, to Juniper, a first time mom.  Juniper was an excellent first time mom, and very attentive to her babies.  He was born in the middle of a very chilly spell and he struggled.  He became hypothermic on day 2 and had to be brought into the house to warm up.  It was determined that he wasn’t getting enough to eat and we supplemented him with a bottle until he was weaned.  RR at codon 171

***SOLD*** Pictured above is Kimmy, the youngest of my 2021 lambs, born May 5th.  Kimmy is the single daughter of  first time mom, Rosemary.  Kimmy is absolutely adorable, the pictures don’t do her justice.  Black lambs are difficult to photograph!  She has had to keep up with all the older lambs from day one, and was out playing with all of them when she was just a few hours old.  She has a very fun personality.  RR at codon 171.

**SOLD** The Beautiful Ewe pictured above is Juliet.  She is so photogenic!  Juliet is the single daughter of Poppy and I am very happy with her look and conformation.  She is the first Ewe that Poppy has ever had and I think I may just want to keep her! RR at codon 171

Pictured above is black ram named Titus and his twin brother Andre.  These boys are from one of my original flock starting ewes named Roxy.  This was the first time Roxy had ever had twins and she is a fantastic mother.  She holds weight better than any of my other ewes and she didn’t even slim down while providing her twins with plenty of milk.  She has never looked thin in her life!  Both twins are RR at codon 171.

***SOLD*** Pictured above is an adorable black ewe named Olive, who did not want to cooperate for her pictures.  She is one of the twin daughters of Clover, my ewe with the best wool.  Clover is an excellent mother and also holds weight very well.  She never looks thin, even when nursing.  RR at codon 171.

The fluffy white teddy bear above is an impressive ram named Gideon.  He is the single lamb of first time mom “Nugget”.  He is big, strong, has an amazing white wool coat , excellent conformation, and is perfect in every way, except one….he is the only lamb this year to test QR at codon 171.  Normally I don’t keep rams that are not RR, but this guy is so impressive that I figured I would at least keep him a ram for a little while longer.   There are plenty of high quality breeding rams out there that are QR and I wouldn’t overlook this guy just based on that.  If you have questions about this please ask me and I can explain it to you.

***SOLD*** Above is the darling ewe Rosalina.  She is the single daughter of first time mom “Princess Peach”, who I consider to be my most attractive ewe.  Rosalina was the first lamb born this spring, arriving on April 12th.  Princess Peach was an excellent mother with strong maternal instincts, even as a first timer.  Rosalina is the largest of my lambs and she has the most adorable fluffy face.  My kids say she looks like an Ewok.  I have no doubt that she will be a great addition to any flock.  RR at codon 171.

***SOLD*** Next up are the ewe twins named Finola and Dee Dee, from one of my newest ewes Raven.  I got raven last year and I have not been disappointed with her!  She is naturally very friendly, has a long slim build and gives everything to her babies.  She doesn’t keep weight on as easily when nursing.  She is a fantastic mom, especially for a first timer, and had her beautiful set of twins up and nursing before I even knew they were born (and I was out working in the sheep pen while waiting for her to give birth)!  Raven has been one of the best first time moms I’ve ever had and I’ve just been impressed in every way with her and her adorable twins.  Both are RR at codon 171.

***SOLD*** Pictured above is a lovely white ewe named Ginny.  Ginny is the twin sister to Barty, mentioned above, and the daughter of Juniper.  Ginny did just fine in the cold weather and never needed any milk supplements like her brother Barty did.  She is very cute!  RR at codon 171.

The ram above is named Shawn Spencer.  He is the twin to the first lamb listed, a black ram named Gus, the twins of one of my best ewes Daisy. I’m not sure if this ram qualifies as being called “Spotted” however, he does have one black spot on his right shoulder.  I don’t know if he will pass this spotted trait on to his offspring or not, but if you are interested in spotted sheep, he might be right for you.  ***Please note that NABSSAR does not allow spotted sheep to be registered.  A sheep can be registered through NABSSAR if it only has one spot that is less than 4″ – his spot is less than 4″.  When he was first born the spot was very black, as he is getting older it is fading.  His sire is dual registered with NABSSAR and OEBSSR.  OEBSSR does allow spots. RR at codon 171.

Now making reservations for 2022 lambs, contact me if you would like to be added to the waiting list.  I’m expecting both black and white lambs.

All of the sheep are up to date on Cd/T vaccinations, wormed and have tails docked.  All breeding quality Rams and Ewes are registered with NABSSAR.

2022 Lambs are due mid April.  Weaned and ready for new homes in July.  Prices for 2022 lambs are:
Ewes $650
Breeding Rams $350
Wethers $250 (neutered males) for pets or fleece production
Adult ewe with her babies prices TBD, contact me if you are interested in purchasing a mom with babies.  Limited availability.

Please contact me if you are interested in purchasing a Babydoll, if you have questions, or if you would like to be placed on the waiting list for 2022 Lambs.  Fill out the form below or call me directly at 970-590-1416.  I am located in Greeley Colorado.