So much to talk about regarding the advantages of Texel sheep. We strive for a flock that are easy to maintain, good mothers that milk well, quick gaining lambs, and higher yields at processing. Try a Texel and see the immediate difference in the lambs and your bottom line. No other breed compares in taste, tenderness, with a lean healthy cut of delicious lamb. Yum, yum! Our customers using Texel sires to sire terminal lambs in their hair sheep flocks are absolutely amazed at the difference in growth, muscle, carcass yields, and parasite resistance.
We pride ourselves on a quality flock and sell nothing to a producer we wouldn't breed.
Named 2017 Reserve National Champion and just a lamb! Wilcox 400 is a ram with power and balance. He is wide and straight tracking on the move. Brings soundness and power both to the table!
5102 is a ram we used in 2016. We kept several daughters as lambs. They are wide based and powerful Texel Sheep.
This is a reference ram in our pedigrees. 1408 was named National Champion in 2015 and well deserved the title. Balance, power, muscle mass, and soundness wrapped up in an impressive package. We have daughters and granddaughters in the flock and are grateful for that.
234 is a ram we kept back to use from the crop in 2014. He was growthy and correct on his feet and legs. We never got a mature picture, but he made a really large framed ram.
A heavy muscled ram from the United Kingdom we will use via Artificial Insemination.
Trademark is an import sire from the U.K. to be used AI.
A New Zealand import sire that is both maternal and terminal in his genetics. A ram that we expect to add parasite resistance, great forage gains, and lambing ease.
UK import sire from a pasture based program.
UK import sire from a pasture raised program.
A very high gaining heavy muscled import sire from the UK.