Katahdin sheep are a breed of hair sheep, shedding their heavy coat in the spring, and never needing shearing. Our herd’s genetics have their roots in the Kennedy breeding line at Pipestone Katahdin and at Van Gorp’s Swan Hill Farm.

We have raised Katahdin sheep since 2012, marveling at their hardiness, parasite resistance and maternal instincts. We have never needed to assist in lambing, nor have we ever needed to de-worm. Their tails do not need to be docked.

We raise our Katahdins on grass and hay, supplementing a little during the winter, depending on hay quality.

While we are currently rebuilding our herd, we occasionally have breeding stock for sale. Please contact us for more information.


Katahdin Sheep

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