We are currently crossing our Texels and Romanovs and loving the results.  We still have a small flock of recorded and registered Texels, but excited about the crosses as well.



Both were purchased from the Midwest Stud Ram Sale in Sedalia, Missouri.


1 Response to “Rams”

  1. 1 Mark Seeley
    May 25, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    Hi, Gretchen.
    Matt Clark put us in contact.
    I have a small (10) flock of Gulf Coast ewes I’d like to breed a Texel too this year.
    So, a few questions:
    1) Of the two rams for sale, which would you consider the better of the two?
    2) Which one is deepest bodies
    3) Which one is widest chested and pins
    4) Which one has the best temperament (we have a 2 year old and 7 month old girls)
    Nice looking sheep.


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