Teeswater Lambs For Sale

Please note that, with a couple of exceptions, the sheep were photographed with minimal cleanup and fitting, just enough to give viewers a fair look at the animal.  Our sheep 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” or “fiber flock” 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.

2019 lambs will begin arriving in January. Contact us if you are interested in reserving lambs.

Below you will find our current lambs for sale.

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Pitchfork 1026

Pitchfork 1026

Pitchfork 1026
Triplet Ewe - Born 2018-02-10
Sire: Pitchfork 851 (George)     Dam: Pitchfork 732 (Emma)
$400.00 SOLD

70% Teeswater, 25% BFL, 5% Wensleydale. Great body: wide at the hip, level top and sound on feet and legs. Fleece is lustrous and finer locked than most Teeswaters. Will excel in fiber and lamb production. 




Pitchfork 1028

Pitchfork 1028

Pitchfork 1028
Triplet Ewe - Born 2018-02-10
Sire: Pitchfork 851 (George)     Dam: Pitchfork 732 (Emma)
$400.00

Very similar to her litter mate, 1026. 70% Teeswater, 25% BFL, 5% Wensleydale. Great body: wide at the hip, level top and sound on feet and legs. Fleece is lustrous and finer locked than most Teeswaters. Will excel in fiber and lamb production. 




Pitchfork 1043

Pitchfork 1043

Pitchfork 1043
Twin Ewe - Born 2018-04-05
Sire: Pitchfork 721 (NC Romney)     Dam: Tang (Ewes In Color)
$350.00

They don't get much cuter. This ewe lamb is 50% Romney, 50% Teeswater (Wenselydale base).  Later born but well built and robust. Fleece sports distinct lock and crimp/curl in an open style, with no cross fibering. Should be gorgeous! Will likely shear heavier/ yield more than a typical Teeswater fleece.


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