In April 2024 we will be lambing Navajo-Churro ewes in a range of colors and patterns from a variety of genetic lines. Our breeding flock is registered (or pending). We take biosecurity seriously and quarantine all new arrivals to the farm. We test for CL, Johne’s, and OPP prior to adding sheep to our flock. We also periodically perform blood and fecal PCR tests on our main flock to ensure our animals remain clean. Our most recent testing occurred in September 2023 and all animals tested negative.

We vaccinate annually and use antibiotics as infrequently as possible. Culling decisions are based on hardiness, mothering ability, temperament, and wool quality among other factors. We make every effort to breed animals that exhibit excellent traits for passing on to their offspring.

We are taking reservations for 2024 lambs now on a limited basis. Lambs will be available at weaning time in July. We require livestock purchasers to keep a minimum of 3 sheep in their flock, with access to adequate pasture (no backyards), and appropriate fencing and security in place (llamas or LGDs).

For more information on our livestock email us. Featured below is one of our 2024 herdsires. Check out lots more sheep photos in a slideshow at the bottom of our homepage!