I thought it was time to get some updated pictures of them so here is my attempt. Attempt, I say as they did not cooperate. Somehow the camera to them meant "come". So you see I had challenges and you can see why I didn't get any great side shots. Also you can see that I don't have a nice, green grassy backdrop. We are still waiting for rain here in Oregon. Dry as a bone.
Next one in line is Stetson. He is a well behaved yearling with great structure, also a real sweetie. He has a more primitive type fleece but the outer coat seems very soft so I think the coat is over all more even in fiber diameter. He is black down deep but, as his mom is a moorit, he should produce some brown babes as well. Oh and his sister, Miso, won Reserve Champion at the Black Sheep Gathering this year. Stetson might have done better if he didn't have such a poor hair stylist (ok we had a few problems : ) )
Meet Dover the youngster of the bunch. Just a lamb but a beauty. His fleece is fine, hence the vegi matter that sticks to it! He is a gulmoget out of a line of them from Sheep Ridge. We hope to breed him this year and have just the gal. Hope for some little gullies this year at McTavish Farm.