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.  Shetland have a wonderful personality, beautiful fleece and are wonderful mothers.      

Soon photos of sheep that we have available will be posted.    This year we will offer a few older ewes that would be great for a fiber flock, yearling ewes and of course lambs.   

2023 Lambs are arriving! 

The first lambs born on St. Patrick’s Day.  Two ewes from Morgan Farms Christine x Morgan Farms Galen.  




2022 Herd sire is Morgan Farms Galen.   Sire Little Eagle Ybor x Finch Hill Diana





Summer of 2021 we purchased a new flock sire, Little Eagle Ibor.  Has a beautiful fleece with large black patches.   He passed those spots to several of his lambs.  



Fall of 2020, Morgan Farms Derek was one of the sires.   Derek had a wonderful soft, long crimpy fleece. 



In 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 is a first for us.  He carries both horned and polled genes so his offspring may have horns.   Fall of 2022 Dorian moved to Florida.  He will be the sire for another flock.   






In Fall of 2017 Midsummer Rufus joined our flock.  He had a beautiful musket fleece.  In the fall of 2019, Rufus moved on to a new home and flock in Pennsylvania.

Rufus for MeWe


Midsummer Jinx 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.