Miniature Cheviot's are exciting and personally satisfying to own and breed. As more people discover these naturally small and beautiful little sheep, their popularity and value will continue to grow. Whether your goal is showing, breeding, producing wool or just the pleasure of having a wonderful pet, our registered sheep will meet your expectations! Miniatures have been in existence for a long time. Each sheep has its own distinct personality and will bring you a constant source of amusement! Caring for Miniature Cheviot's is easy and can be performed safely by a person of nearly any age. Their size enables you to hold them in your lap. The lambs are particularly lovable due to their very small size; 8’to10" at birth. A Miniature Cheviot's are a near perfect pet. Their affectionate, gentle nature and small size make them an excellent friend and companion for many years.

We are pleased to present our breeding ram "Ramses". He is the offspring of a flock unlike any other. Bred from stock direct from the hills in Europe, the original owner brought them to his ranch here in the US and raised them in a closed flock for years. He is from the smallest of all Miniature Cheviot flocks on the market today.

Friday, December 10, 2010

The Lady Ewe's

This is Anastacia and Edwina. These ladies were purchased the first year we started our flock.

This is Anastacia with her lamb Esme, born in 2010. We are retaining this ewe to help increase our flock.

This is Isabella with her 2009 lamb Lordes. Isabella was purchased with Ramses from Washington. Lordes is an exceptional ewe lamb that we are retaining for our flock.

..and this is a better picture of Isabella with her 2010 lamb Hermes. He is exceptionally small and would make a wonderful miniature breeding ram. Without even marketing him, we have 2 people interested in him for thier own flocks!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Julie.
    I live in Ohio and have wanted to raise mini Cheviots for so long!! Your blog is so inspiring.
    We recently adopted an 8 year old Romney sheep who was headed for the slaughterhouse and I am madly in love with Bella (#77) and hope to find some mini Cheviots for spring.
    I volunteer at a working children's farm in our area and I care for a Balwen Welsh Mountain sheep someone donated. She is so fun. I halter trained her and she is my buddy.
    Well, thanks for your time. If you have any suggestions for us about these darling little sheep, I would be so happy.
    Jodi Wells @ Gingerbread Farm, West Milton, OH