BFL Lambs For Sale

Please note that, with a couple of exceptions, the lambs were photographed with minimal cleanup and fitting, just enough to give viewers a fair look at the animal.  Our lambs are allowed to roam the pasture or shelter in a three-sided shed; they are not confined to a barn or drylot. They consume grain, grass and hay, although the hay is minimal while the pastures are green. Under most circumstances, our ram lambs have proven capable of breeding in their first season.

We may also have a limited number of “pet” quality lambs available, priced accordingly. Please contact us for more information.

We deliver free to the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival in May and Rhinebeck in October. We can usually arrange delivery to other events.

Our Sales List is shown below:



PFR 816

PFR 816

PFR 816
Single Ram - Born 2015-01-24
Sire: Lorenzo (PFR 393)     Dam: Bonnie (NC Ward ewe)

Our best BFL ram lamb available at this point. Heavy-duty, square built ram lamb with excellent pigment at points. 30-day ADG is .87, which is typical of our singles. Mom has always delivered at least twins and even a set of quads, but she is 8 years old now and deserves an easy year with a single.

 




PFR 837

PFR 837

PFR 837
Twin Ram - Born 2015-02-11
Sire: Lorenzo (PFR 693)     Dam: Sally (PFR 688 - NC)

The bigger of a nice set of ram lambs showing correct conformation and good pigment so far. These twins are being raised as triplets since mom was "adopted" by a bummer Romney ewe lamb, so their rate of gain is not what it would otherwise be. Nevertheless they are growing nicely and will mature with plenty of size. This pairing last year in the champion BFL ram at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.




PFR 838

PFR 838

PFR 838
Twin Ram - Born 2015-02-11
Sire: Lorenzo (PFR 693)     Dam: Sally (PFR 688 - NC)

The slightly smaller of a nice set of ram lambs showing correct conformation and good pigment so far. These twins are being raised as triplets since mom was "adopted" by a bummer Romney ewe lamb, so their rate of gain is not what it would otherwise be. Nevertheless they are growing nicely and will mature with plenty of size. This pairing last year in the champion BFL ram at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.




PFR 815

PFR 815

PFR 815
Twin Ewe - Born 2015-01-20
Sire: Ellwood (PFR 728)     Dam: Lottaya (PFR 738)

Nicely put together ewe lamb  with good breed character out of a first time mom. Growing well and will impress with the fleece as she matures.


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