I have a year old ram lamb, named Monday who would be a great addition to any meat flock and a male wether named Knoxville who is now 2 years old. He would make a fine mower, companion animal for a dairy goat or horse, or be more than a fair share of mutton. Both are Purebred Scottish Blackface. I need to reduce the flocks numbers and am starting with the boys. I also have a pair of purebred young (2 or 3 years old) cotswold ewes who would be a fine start to any backyard fiber flock. I am sad to sell them but need the cash and it means less hay in the winter. Right now frugality is the key.
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