KMC 2011

Offered for sale as a pet Katahdin ewe $275

Sweet and gentle old wheaten colored girl who’s had lots of lambs here in her lifetime.¬† Good hair coat. Her performance is starting to dwindle here, but she could be bred again in a more generous feeding environment at a small homestead. Or she can just retire and live out her days as a lawmower. Lambing record starting as a yearling: 1/1, 2/2, 2/2, 3/3, 2/2, 3/2, 3/2, 2/0, 3/2, 2/0. She was capable of raising triplets as a young ewe, but in her later years, I pulled one and let her raise twins. Twice she’s aborted twins early, including this year, so this could be a signal that her productive years are winding down. But she does have really good genetics, especially for prolifacy.

Photo taken May 2022. EBVs from 2022 lamb crop BWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe has been genotyped. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewe can go to a new home any time.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
-0.040 0.926 1.588 10% 17% -0.344 0.098 119.02
KMC2011
Twin birth
DOB: 4/6/12
RR at codon 171
CC OPP susceptible
SJG494 SWP06-214 CORNERSTONE SWP05-137
SWP05-122
SJG78 PAS28L
SJG60
KMC1029 BLM417 BRM1AA
BLM0479
JJK0010 KRK640
KRK4141

 

KMC 21008

Offered for sale as a purebred  yearling Katahdin ewe $300

Really substantial, heavy-bodied, dark chocolate ewe. Good EBVs for growth, milk and survival; modest¬† on prolificacy, she’ll tend towards singles/twins and away from triplets. Sired by a framey, dark chocolate ram from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri). Dam traces to Thistle Grove Farm (John Bare DVM in Iowa) and Misty River Farm (Mary Bakko in Moses Lake, now retired). There is a Texel several generations back in that sire’s pedigree, and the shedding impact is still lingering a bit. She is still in the process of shedding and may be a B coat. She did not breed to lamb as a yearling.

Photo from May 2022.  EBVs from 2022 lamb crop BWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (this ewe is not genotyped herself). NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations. This ewe is ready to go to a new home today and be bred this fall.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.059 1.231 1.699 2% 5% 0.029 0.626 110.65
KMC 21008
Twin birth
DOB: 4/6/21
RR at codon 171 (by parentage)
BC H 974 BC E 856-32 FAH15-007
BC W 74022
BC Z 095-13 BC Z X301
CMG10005
KMC19122 KMC7045 KMC5071
MRL358
KMC5011 JRB14007
MRL295

 

KMC 21009

Offered for sale as a purebred  yearling Katahdin ewe $300

Beautiful buckskin ewe with a really nice hair coat. Good EBVs for growth and milk; but lower on prolificacy and survival, she’ll tend towards singles/twins and away from triplets. Sired by a framey, dark chocolate ram from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri). Dam traces to Birch Cove and also Thistle Grove Farm (John Bare DVM in Iowa). This girl had a pretty little lamb that she was mothering well, but some strange disturbance resulted in the guardian dogs getting a hold of it hours after birth. So this was no fault of this ewe’s.

Photo from May 2022.  EBVs from 2022 lamb crop BWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations. This ewe is register-able, and ready to go to a new home today and be bred this fall.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.240 1.607 1.956 -1% -1% -0.219 0.242 106.22
KMC 21009
Twin birth
DOB: 4/6/21
RR at codon 171
TT OPP resistant
BC H 974 BC E 856-32 FAH15-007
BC W 74022
BC Z 095-13 BC Z X301
CMG10005
KMC18065 KMC7018 JRB14007
KMC3044
KMC6070 KMC5071
BC C 298

 

KMC 21132

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Cute red pinto ewelamb. Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm in Iowa (John Bare, DVM). She was born late, so I don’t yet know who her sire is. When we finally get the late-summer genomics run back, I may have the answer to that, and she could then be registered. I’ll get accurate EBVs at that time as well.

Photo from February 2022.  This ewe is genotyped herself. This ewelamb is weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb, and was likely too small/young to breed this year. She will be ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
KMC 21132
Single birth
DOB: 7/11/21
RR at codon 171
TC Susceptible to OPP
TBD TBD TBD
TBD
TBD TBD
TBD
KMC19017 KMC7018 JRB14007
KMC3044
KMC3004 KMC0024
KMC1029

 

KMC 21055

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Petite white ewelamb. Balanced and positive EBVs across the board for growth, milk and prolificacy. Sired by a framey, dark chocolate ram from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri). Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm in Iowa (John Bare, DVM) and Misty River Farm (Mary Bakko, Moses Lake, now retired).

Photo from February 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewelamb is register-able, weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb. So likely ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.540 2.148 2.214 4% 11% 0.012 0.523 112.94
KMC 21055
Twin birth
DOB: 4/14/21
RR at codon 171
PP horn DNA
TT Resistant for OPP
BC H 974 BC E 856-32 FAH15-007
BC W 74022
BC Z 095-13 BC Z X301
CMG10005
KMC19088 KMC7018 JRB14007
KMC3044
KMC7044 KMC5071
MRL358

 

KMC 21076

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Standard white ewe with red spots. Positive on growth and very strong on prolificacy and milk. Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm in Iowa (John Bare, DVM) and Aspen Mountain Katahdins (Aileen Scott, MT). Sire is from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, MO); one of the top sires in the country for growth, prolificacy and milk.

Photo from February 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewelamb is register-able, weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb. So likely ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.262 1.727 1.878 12% 14% 0.163 0.989 120.31
KMC 21076
Twin birth
DOB: 4/174/21
RR at codon 171
PP horn DNA
TC Susceptible to OPP
BC H 973 BC G 933-22 BC F 895-22
BC D 341022
BC D 337-22 FAH12-118
BC A 146-21
KMC7100 JRB14007 MOF1107
JRB1232
KMC3055 SJG494
ADS0038

 

KMC 21111

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Heavy-bodied white ewe. Balanced and positive EBVs across the board. Dam traces back to White Post Farm on the East Coast, and old-stock WA genetics from Bert Martineau’s farm and On the Lamb Farm in Arlington. We in the PNW have been lucky to borrow a ram from the USDA Research Station in Booneville, AR; Dr. Joan Burke is lending him to our region so that we can get better linkage to the “cluster” of flocks in the Midwest/South. He’s been on a tour through Idaho and Oregon, and made a stop here in 2020 to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics!

Photo from February 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewelamb is register-able, weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb. So likely ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.477 1.975 3.094 1% 12% 0.161 0.825 122.89
KMC 21111
Single birth
DOB: 4/22/21
RR at codon 171
PH horn DNA
TC Susceptible to OPP
USD19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC3032 SJG494 SWP06-214 CORNERSTONE
SJG78
KMC1030 BLM417
JJK0010

 

KMC 21097

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Very pretty, framey white ewe. Balanced and positive EBVs, especially strong on milk and survival. Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm in Iowa (John Bare, DVM) and Aspen Mountain Katahdins (Aileen Scott, MT). We in the PNW have been lucky to borrow a ram from the USDA Research Station in Booneville, AR; Dr. Joan Burke is lending him to our region so that we can get better linkage to the “cluster” of flocks in the Midwest/South. He’s been on a tour through Idaho and Oregon, and made a stop here in 2020 to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics!

Photo from February 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewelamb is register-able, weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb. So likely ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.499 1.251 2.013 4% 13% 0.275 1.249 118.62
KMC 21097
Twin birth
DOB: 4/20/21
RR at codon 171
PP horn DNA
TT Resistant to OPP
USD19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC18073 KMC7018 JRB14007
KMC3044
KMC2033 KMC0900
ADS0038

 

KMC 21087

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Classic white ewelamb with some red spots/dots. Balanced EBVs, solid on growth, prolificacy and milk. Dam traces back to On The Lamb Farm in Arlington, and old-stock WA genetics in Bert Martineau’s flock. We in the PNW have been lucky to borrow a ram from the USDA Research Station in Booneville, AR; Dr. Joan Burke is lending him to our region so that we can get better linkage to the “cluster” of flocks in the Midwest/South. He’s been on a tour through Idaho and Oregon, and made a stop here in 2020 to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics!

Photo from February 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewelamb is register-able, weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb. So likely ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.455 1.581 2.310 7% 18% 0.036 0.750 122.70
KMC 21087
Triplet birth
DOB: 4/19/21
RR at codon 171
PP horn DNA
TC Susceptible for OPP
USD19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC2011 SJG494 SWP06-214 CORNERSTONE
SJG78
KMC1029 BLM417
JJK0010

 

KMC 21081

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300, genotyped

Classic white ewelamb with some red spots/dots. Good growth, milk and survival; lower on number of lambs born (NLB), so she may steer clear of triplets. Dam traces back to On The Lamb Farm in Arlington, and Aspen Mountain Katahdins (Aileen Scott) in MT. We in the PNW have been lucky to borrow a ram from the USDA Research Station in Booneville, AR; Dr. Joan Burke is lending him to our region so that we can get better linkage to the “cluster” of flocks in the Midwest/South. He’s been on a tour through Idaho and Oregon, and made a stop here in 2020 to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics!

Photo from February 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations, and this ewe is genotyped herself. NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.  This ewelamb is register-able, weaned, and ready to go to a new home today! She was exposed to a ram in winter, but tested open in Feb. So likely ready to breed and lamb as a 2-year-old.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.465 1.485 3.109 0% 13% 0.315 1.314 122.36
KMC 21081
Twin birth
DOB: 4/19/21
RR at codon 171
PP horn DNA
TT Resistant for OPP
USD19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC3055 SJG494 SWP06-214 CORNERSTONE
SJG78
ADS0038 RIT456
ADS0023