Easycare x Shetland 2 tooths/shearlings

unlacedgecko

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200 easycare x Shetland 2 tooth's for sale. Ran dry.

Hard run on a 100% grazed forage system.
Never been drenched.
Tups were all twin reared and selected for hair type coat. Most of these 2 tooths are clean belly and breech. Sheared end of April, didn't get dysect till late July. Anything that got maggots has been culled.

Ewes were drift lambed then ran as a mob of 500 from a week after lambing, so plenty of selection pressure for maternal ability.

On the Bravoxin 10 system. Their mothers scanned 120%. These should do 150%+

£150 each. May do a deal for the lot.

Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

07842 071126
 
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200 easycare x Shetland 2 tooth's for sale. Ran dry.

Hard run on a 100% grazed forage system.
Never been drenched.
Tups were all twin reared and selected for hair type coat. Most of these 2 tooths are clean belly and breech. Sheared end of April, didn't get dysect till late July. Anything that got maggots has been culled.

Ewes were drift lambed then ran as a mob of 500 from a week after lambing, so plenty of selection pressure for maternal ability.

On the Bravoxin 10 system. Their mothers scanned 120%. These should do 150%+

£150 each. May do a deal for the lot.

Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

07842 071126
Nice sheep, have you seen the light, gonna fill up with mule gimmers ?
 

unlacedgecko

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Livestock Farmer
If they were mine I'd be keeping them, they just look handy hard little ewes.

They're excellent little ewes. This is the direction I'm breeding in. The next cross should shed totally and carry inverdale and myomax. I'm keeping some. But for a variety of reasons these 200 are for sale.

Ideal base for anyone seeking to breed their own low input wool shedders.
 

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