Sunday, June 13, 2010

Flock Dispersal Sale

Well - after more than 15 years raising shetland sheep - we have decided to sell off the flock.
Our lives are becoming more busy - and we are finding it more difficult to find the time to spend with the livestock.

Kevin and I have decided to sell almost all of the sheep - and chickens and ducks - and we are going
to also look at selling the farm and moving to a smaller property that is more manageable.
We work in a family business - and with both of our children going to be away on the other side of the country within the next year, we just feel that we need to fix our priorities and downsize a little bit.

It also hasn't helped that I have a shoulder/neck injury - and this last several months, I have been suffering terribly with migraines.

This picture is of Windwater Rosie - and two of her 3 lambs from this year.
She is for sale for $250, and each of her lambs is
for sale for $200 - but you can take all 4 for

To see the other sheep I have posted, go to my
sales blog at:

There are only a few listed - but I will post more in the next few days as I get a chance to take pictures.


Michelle said...

Oh Tammy, such beautiful sheep! I wish we lived in the same country so I could shop!

Hopeful Farm said...

Tammy, I would be interested in Rosie's spotted ewe lamb standing next to her and the ram lamb in your picture. Thanks, Michele Minty

Thirry said...

It is so sad. I would definitely buy some of these if i had the place to have them and the money, again i must skip my turn. I wish you good luck.

Tammy W. said...

Hi Michele Minty - do you want to contact me off list to discuss - I've tried contacting your e-mail- but it's bouncing back.