Proud members of The Painted Desert Sheep Society, Trophy Hair Sheep of America, and the Ameraucana Breeders Club.
"Christ's flock is made up of sheep that not only listen to their shepherd, but are also able to recognize his voice, to follow him, faithfully and with full awareness, on the pastures of eternal life."
Pope John XXIII
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PAINTED DESERT SHEEP
Our flock is to be registered with the Painted Desert Sheep Society this year. Longshot will no longer be a sire to any new lambs. Our sheep come from the Alvizo Ranch line. Sire for 2022 lambs will be Torbjorn (his sire is AlvizoRanch Corona Xtra Gold GSR). We worm when necessary and provide quality feed and alfalfa. Ewes and ram lambs start at $250. Spring lambs available in May, and we take deposits via Venmo. All lambs sold for 2021. Please check back next year!
We specialize in lavender, wheaten, and frizzle. Due to high demand we ask that you contact us to reserve chicks. Hatching Eggs are available for $40 a dozen. We are starting an Isabel color project, so stay tuned for our progress!
HATCHING EGGS AND CHICKS
We offer a variety of hatching eggs; Ameraucana, Olive Eggers, and Easter Eggers. Our rooster, Admiral, is a lavender Ameraucana with a great disposition. We will be only focusing on breeding Ameraucanas and Olive Eggers. (We are sold out at this time. Please check back during fall.)
AMERAUCANA BREEDERS CLUB
The Ameraucana is an American breed of domestic chicken. It was developed in the United States in the 1970s, and derives from Araucana chickens brought from Chile. It was bred to retain the blue-egg gene but eliminate the lethal alleles of the parent breed. There are both standard-sized and bantam versions.
PAINTED DESERT SHEEP SOCIETY
The goal of the PDSS is to preserve, promote, and improve the Painted Desert Sheep through selective breeding; while striving for color, shedding ability, “Gold Star” horns and lean carcass.