Occasionally pairs (ewes and lambs), bred ewes, or yearlings are
offered for sale.
Approximately one-half of the herd is St. Croix crossed with the
Corriedale. This is a great cross, introducing hybrid vigor and
all the best qualities of both breeds. The St. Croix have proven
to be exceptional dams for me. They lamb first, and easily. Most
of the lambs are outstanding. I appreciate the clean faces, necks,
legs and bellies of these ewes. Some of the ¾ ewes shed
most of their wool/hair, but still are sheared with the herd.
The St. Croix has also crossed beautifully with the Icelandic.
Many of these lambs are exquisite.
The Corriedale breed is well known for its dual purpose meat
and wool. For me they have also been exceptionally easy and quiet
to handle. As a woman I appreciate their docile personality and
The Navajo crosses have also made
a significant impact on my herd. There are many blacks and pintos
with this blood. They have a soft lovely fleece with good crimp.
Crossed with the St. Croix, they make an elegant ewe.
The Icelandic have added
zing to my herd. My most beautiful yearling was a
very elegant Icelandic/Corriedale cross that looks purebred with
an exceptional fleece. Crossed with the St. Croix they have produced
my most exotic ewes. Freda is the purebred ewe on the home
I think she is beautiful!
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