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The supremes (no, not THOSE Supremes)

by Margaret on October 25, 2014

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PFR 801

Pitchfork was lucky enough to be named Supreme at two shows this fall. At left  is pictured PFR 801, a natural-colored Romney ram lamb, who won the NC Long Wool Ram before being selected as Best NC Fleece and then Supreme NC Fleece at the 2014 New York Sheep and Wool Festival held in Rhinebeck in October.

Photo by Sue Stewart




PFR 791

On the right is pictured PFR 791, a BFL ewe lamb who won Champion Ewe at the 2014 National BFL Show held in Allegan, Michigan in August. She was later named Supreme Ewe at the same show.



PFR 805

Stylish later-born ewe lamb showing lots of promise for show and breeding. The black factor on the sire side is six generations back; grand sire is Kapa 9-97. On the dam side, the grand dam is a BB Moosehill ewe.  This girl is just coming into her fleece, and it is going to be a nice one: on the denser side, yet showing distinct lock and crimp. Good black points, square built and solid with good length and width of loin, she will show well as a yearling and perform wonderfully as a brood ewe.  See her fleece and pedigree below.

805 fleece at hip


805 fleece at side

PFR fleece at shoulder


PFR 805 Pedigree



Late summer and early fall fleeces now posted!

September 5, 2014

We have several white and natural colored Romney fleeces and the first 2014 Teeswater / Teeswater cross fleeces now available. We will post some BFL fleeces. Click here to view the sheep fleeces. Check out the pelts here.

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Lambs for sale now posted

April 19, 2014

See the lambs we currently have for sale by following the links below. Please remember that many of  these lambs do not yet understand the importance of taking a good photo for their resumé to ensure their future employment outside the food industry, so please try to see past their ignorance. More information is available [...]

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