Don't forget to roll over the pictures for captions and other treats!
|This is Chloe. The matriarch of the herd. Registered
and a dependable producer.
|Troi. One of the twins born of Chloe in 2010. She is registered and produced twins her first breeding season.|
|Ingrid was Chloe's first born. Unfortunately due to
an accident on their previous home, she cannot be
registered although she is full Icelandic and has great wool.
|Geordi was the first born of Ingrid. He has been fixed thus cannot be breed but his wool is very nice and he has been a welcome addition to othe herd.|
|Meet Birch. A badger faced light cream colored, she and her daughter Caryn will be our first polled Icelandics. They arrived October 9 and she wasted no time finding the corn patch as you can see.||Caryn hasn't quite grasped the concept of picture taking yet. She is a light chocolate color and will be a very much appreciated addition to our natural wool selection. I can't wait to see something out of her.|
|Isn't this little guy precious though? He was sooo cute. Now he has become impressive. He is named James T after James T Kirk. He started chasing the ewes around the pasture even at five months old and he actually got the job done. Great looking lambs! This will be the main breeding ram for the next few years and I believe he knows it! Rollover to see how he GREW!|