We are very proud of our Shetland flock. We love the diversity found within the breed patterns, markings, and fleece types. Each new lamb is a surprise. Our goal is to keep as much diversity in our flock as possible.
We have some ram lambs still available. Over the next few weeks the lambs will grow, colors may change a bit and the rams horns will grow.
#2002 Eaton (R) and 2003 Easton (R) – Midsummer Dazzler X Midsummer Jinx
#2014 Edison (R) – Morgan Farms Christine X Twin Springs Dorian Gray
#2017 Endor (R) – Morgan Farms Adelide X Twin Springs Dorian Gray
#2021 Ellory (R) – Morgan Farms Bella X Twin Springs Dorian Gray
#2022 Ellis (R) and #2023 Elias (R) – RHF Stella X Midsummer Jinx
#2028 Ethan (R) and #2029 Evan (R) – Hidaway Emerald X Midsummer Jinx
#2030 Eliza (E) & #2031 Eleanor (E) – Morgan Farms Anastasia X Twin Springs Dorian Gray
#2033 Elton (R) and #2034 Elvis (R) – Sour Wood Farm Dahlia X Midsummer Jinx
In the fall of 2020, Morgan Farms Derek will be one of sires. Derek has a wonderful soft, long crimpy fleece. We are looking forward to his lambs next year.
Morgan Farms Derek
In the summer of 2019 we bought a new ram, Twin Springs Dorian Gray. It was time for new genetics to hopefully add diversity in our fleeces and colors to our flock. Dorian is polled (no horns) which we get used to. He carries both horned and polled genes so his offspring may have horns.
Twin Springs Dorian Gray
Past Flock Sire
This is Jinx. He was our flock sire beginning in 2015. Jinx has a pretty spotted face which sometimes shows up in his lambs. He has wonderful horns and a long wavy fleece. We have several of his daughters in our flock. In the Spring of 2020 Jinx moved to a new flock in Southern Kentucky.
One of our prior flock sires was Midsummer Rufus. In the fall of 2019, Rufus moved on to a new home and flock in Pennsylvania. Rufus had a great musket color fleece.