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The Flock

Check out the 2020 lambs!

The fall fleece from any of our adult ewes may be reserved, please contact us if you are interested in reserving a fleece.

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Gracie is one of our original Icelandic sheep. She is a white pattern sheep, and carries the gene for grey pattern. She tends to have white or moorit grey lambs, with beautiful fleeces. Gracie is a fairly friendly sheep, and she gets very affectionate when she's close to lambing - she leans up against me and wants petted, just like a big dog!

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Rose is one of our original Icelandic sheep. She is black with grey pattern, and she carries the gene for solid pattern. She tends to have boldly-spotted black and white lambs. Rose is a little stand-offish, but she's a great mom.

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Brosa (Icelandic for 'smile') was the first ewe lamb born at Spotted Sheep Farm, a daughter of Gracie. Brosa is mostly white, with a bit of black around her eyes and mouth. Brosa has had both black and moorit lambs, usually grey patterned, with lovely fleeces. Brosa is the only horned sheep on our farm.

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Lukka (Icelandic for 'lucky') is a black grey ewe with a lot of white spotting, a daughter of Rose. She has a beautiful fleece with some natural curl to her tog. Lukka has had both black/white and moorit/white lambs. Lukka's fleece has been entered twice at the Great Lakes Fiber Show in Wooster, Ohio, and took first place in her category both times.

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Druna (Icelandic for 'thunder') is a daughter of Gracie. Druna is a moorit grey ewe who is mostly white, with some brown patches on her back, right side, and head. She has a beautiful natural curl to her tog. Druna lambs very easily, and she tends to have moorit and white lambs.

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Mysa (Icelandic for 'whey' and 'cloud') is the newest addition to our flock, a daughter of Gracie. Mysa is a moorit grey ewe with minimal spotting. Her tog is a beautiful moorit, and her thel varies from white, to cream, to grey. Mysa's first lamb was a solid moorit boy with a tiny bit of white spotting.

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Elding (Icelandic for 'lightning'), our ram, was named for the jagged white marking on his nose. Elding came from Queso Cabeza Farm in Michigan. Elding's tog and thel are both a medium brown, with white hairs scattered among his coat. He has white markings on his head and his chest, and a slight natural curl to his tog.

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