I hope I can find someone that is wanting to start their own flock and could keep most of the ewes together and love them like I do. At the present time I have Shetlands and BFL and BFL crosses. I don't have the room or time to care for two flocks and keep rams for both flocks. So I have decided to try to find good homes for the Shetlands.
|Lilly, registered, is a big pet, she throws beautiful babies with very nice wool.|
|Lizzy and Miss Cinnamon resting in the shade.|
|Miss Daisy, registered.|
|Lucy, not registered, but a purebred shetland.|
Cinnamon, a wonderful, sweet spirit. She loves to eat slices of bread, animal crackers, or oatmeal cookies while she gets a good petting. She also talks to you and lets you know if something is not right with the girls.
Lizzy, is an older ewe but she is a sweetheart and has beautiful babies.
|Buddy Boy, raised as a bottle lamb when his mother died after giving birth to twins. He is a wiether. Friendly and well behaved. Produces a lovely silver gray fleece with a slight tan to it.|
Bitsy, registered, not a big pet but she is a nice girl that has lovely babies without problems.
|Daisy is going to be hard to part with. She is a lovely girl and she is registered. She has had two nice babies.|
|See the nice conformation of this shetland ewe.|
|Rambling Rose is Ebby's girl. She does have 1/4 BFL in her blood. She is not a big pet but has a lovely fleece and could be tamed easily.|
I will take more pictures of my shetlands and add them to this blog. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in any or all of these sheep.