There will be no lambs in 2017 we have decided not to breed our sheep again for the foreseable future.
This is because we are rather enjoying just keeping our large flock of ewes as pets without all the added pressure of lambing and then finding homes for all the little babies.
After having daughter of my own in 2015 my time is very limited and I can't bear the though of parting baby lambs from their mums at the moment.
If you are seriously wanting some of our sheep I have 3 or 4 young adult ewes I'm willing to part with to a good home, advertised below, simply because having near 30 ewes is a big commitment I'm happy to rehome a few of them :)
Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org
Please allow time for a reply we will get back to you but we are not curently very active on the website and the email is not regulary checked, thanks.
Our Patchwork Sheep are a mix of several breeds that we have selectively crossed and bred with the aim of creating our ideal sheep!
Our sheep are friendly, full of character and do enjoy contact with us.
We keep them mainly as pets and to manage the land, we aren't farmers, and only breed the sheep as a hobby and sell some of their offspring to help pay towards feed and maintenance for the others.
We don't eat the lambs or intentionally sell any sheep for meat.. I guess we are too soft and a bit bonkers but we also think there is more to sheep than many people think, and we get a lot of fun out of owning them.
It would be great if we can help promote the image of Sheep as pet animals, alongside other livestock like Goats and Alpacas, sheep actually can make the most wonderful pets and are very much underrated!
The adult ewes are also good breeding sheep for Smallholders or hobby farmers, especially if you don't have much or very poor land.
See our 'About' pages to find out more about these lovely little sheep :)