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 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

 

KMC 21102

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $300

Dark mahogany ewelamb. Positive growth and prolificacy, more modest on milk. Sired by a framey, dark chocolate ram from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri). Dam traces back to old WA/OR genetics.

Photo from January 2022.  EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations. 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
0.233 1.055 1.500 2% 4% 0.042 0.099 109.68
KMC 21102
Triplet birth
DOB: 4/20/21
QR or 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
KMC4007 KMC1016 BLM417
HHS107
KMC1033 BLM417
KRK33

 

KMC 21056

Offered for sale as a purebred, register-able  Katahdin eweamb $275

Cute little white ewe with red markings. She’s a triplet out of an older ewe, so will likely need to grow out til next year before she breeds. She’s got modest growth but stellar prolificacy and milk, these are strong maternal genetics. I’m keeping her sibling, and don’t usually keep both out of a set of twins or triplets, so this is a good opportunity to grab some genetics I normally wouldn’t let go. She is NSIP Maternal Certified.

This ewelamb’s sire is a very strong ram from David Coplen (Birch Cove Farm, Missouri). This sire has a Texel thee generations back. David’s crossing-in benefits us with heterosis and the double-muscling gene from Texels. The tradeoff is some setback in shedding, but this is easily recovered from in subsequent generations. ¬†Her sire is an upgrade, a B coat, but most of his offspring are good shedders; and this ewelamb can be fully registered.¬† On her maternal side, she traces to Birch Cove (David Coplen, MO) and local KRK genetics.

Photo from November 2021. EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (though this ewe isn’t genotyped herself). NSIP is currently not reporting the USA HAIR index, until it can be updated with the new Genomics calculations.¬† This ewelamb is exposed to a ram starting Nov 8th, and is ready to go to a new home any time.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.040 1.246 1.899 17% 17% 0.361 1.361 123.07
KMC 21056
Triplet birth
DOB: 4/14/21
QR or RR at codon 171 (by parentage)
BC H 973 (87.5%) BC G 933-22 (75%) BC F 985-22 (50% Texel)
BC D 341-22
BC D 337-22 FAH 12-118
BC A 146-21 (75%)
KMC6098 KMC5088 WRN006
BC C 298
MRL315 KRK2123RR
KRK936

 

KMC 21118

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

Cute feminine, fawn/reddish ewelamb. Positive growth EBVs and modest maternal traits, a little weak on milk, but should be an uncomplicated producer. Sired by a framey, dark chocolate ram from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri). Dam traces to On The Lamb Farm (SJG) and Misty River Farm (Mary Bakko, Moses Lake, now retired).

Photo from January 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 will be exposed to a ram starting 11/6/21.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.050 0.834 1.514 1% 9% -0.213 -0.139 110.58
KMC 2117
Twin birth
DOB: 4/30/21
RR at codon 171
PP horn DNA (polled)
TT Resistant for OPP
BC H 974 BC E 856-32 FAH15-007
BC W 74022
BC Z 095-13 BC Z X301
CMG10005
KMC5013 MRL246 MRL225RR
MRL155QR
KMC3033 SJG494
KMC1030

 

KMC 21100

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $275, exposed

Pretty white ewe with really good fleshing. She’s got modest but balanced EBVs across the board, and should make a good producer without a lot of triplet complications. Sired by a framey, dark chocolate ram from Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri). Dam traces to Birch Cove Farm (David Coplen, Missouri) and Misty River Farm (Mary Bakko, Moses Lake, now retired).

Photo from October 2021.¬† EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (though this ewe isn’t 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 will be exposed to a ram starting 11/6/21.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.302 1.490 1.438 2% 7% -0.084 0.539 109.72
KMC 21100
Twin birth
DOB: 4/20/21
QR or 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
KMC18110 KMC7045 KMC5071
MRL358
KMC6078 JRB14007
BC C 291

 

KMC 21109

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $275, exposed

Feminine fawn ewelamb with white markings.¬† Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm (John Bare DVM, Iowa) and Misty River Farm (Mary Bakko, Moses Lake, now retired). 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 last winter to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics! The sire has very strong milk and survival, but his scores have dropped a bit on growth and survival. This girl’s dam balances him out; so still positive growth and prolificacy. This is a good, uncomplicated maternal ewe.

Photo from October 2021.¬† EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (though this ewe isn’t 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 will be exposed to a ram starting 11/6/21.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.417 1.069 2.424 4% 14% 0.464 1.410 121.59
KMC 21109
Twin birth
DOB: 4/2w/21
RR at codon 171 (by parentage)
USD 19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC18006 KMC7017 JRB14007
KRK2046
KRK2046 KRK00187QR
KRK972QR

 

KMC 21098

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $275, exposed

Feminine fawn ewelamb with a white brockle face.¬† Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm (John Bare DVM, Iowa) 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 last winter to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics! The sire has very strong milk and survival, but his scores have dropped a bit on growth and survival. This girl’s dam balances him out; so still positive growth and prolificacy. This is a good, uncomplicated maternal ewee.

Photo from October 2021.¬† ¬†EBVs from 2021 EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (though this ewe isn’t 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 will be exposed to a ram starting 11/6/21.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.473 0.851 1.549 2% 12% 0.345 1.321 117.14
KMC 21098
Twin birth
DOB: 4/20/21
QR or RR at codon 171 (by parentage)
USD 19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC18073 KMC7018 JRB14007
KMC3044
KMC2033 KMC0900
ADS0038

 

KMC 21006

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $275, exposed

Well-put-together white ewelamb. Dam traces back to Thistle Grove Farm (John Bare DVM, Iowa) and Aspen Mountain Farm (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 last winter to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics! The sire has very strong milk and survival, but his scores have dropped a bit on growth and survival. This girl’s dam is the opposite, creating a very nice balance in the resultant EBVs here.

Photo from October 2021. EBVs from 2021 lamb crop EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (though this ewe isn’t 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 will be exposed to a ram starting 11/6/21.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.345 0.809 5.679 8% 14% 0.334 1.393 119.18
KMC 21006
Twin birth
DOB: 4/5/21
RR at codon 171 (by parentage)
USD 19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC7091 JRB14007 MOF1107
JRB1232
KMC1012 KMC0900
ADS0061

 

KMC 21004

Offered for sale as a purebred  Katahdin ewelamb $275, exposed

Classic white ewelamb. Dam traces back to local genetics plus Thistle Grove Farm (John Bare DVM, Iowa) and Misty River Farm (Mary Bakko, Moses Lake, now retired). 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 last winter to be used in my flock, and he’s headed East now. Take advantage of some great out-of-state genetics! The sire has very strong milk and survival, but his scores have dropped a bit on growth and survival. This girl’s dam is the opposite; so she’s very strong everywhere except NLB, where she’ll trend away from triplets and may sometimes single.

Photo from October 2021.¬† ¬†EBVs from 2021 EPWWT data and includes the new Genomics run calculations (though this ewe isn’t 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 will be exposed to a ram starting 11/6/21.

BWT WWT PWWT NLB NLW MBWT MWWT MAT$ HAIR
0.523 1.922 2.956 3% 14% 0.288 1.404 124.54
KMC 21004
Single birth
DOB: 4/04/21
QR or RR at codon 171 (by parentage)
USD 19094 BC E 836-33 FAH12-118
BC Z 087-32
USD17008 WRI6028
USD14344
KMC19106 KMC7045 KMC5071
MRL358
KMC6078 JRB14007
BC C 291