We are updating our for sale page with our top quality ram lambs that we will be selling this year. We have some top quality ram lambs and will only be selling the ones that meet our criteria for breeding.
Contact us today as we only have a limited number available!
We are excited to be speaking at a couple sheep events hosted by the University of Wyoming Extension, University of Nebraska Extension, and the Nebraska Sheep and Goat Producers Association. If you are in the area, come join us as the presenters dicuss a variety of important topics to the sheep and meat goat industries. For more information check out the press release at the link below:
We have finished a majority of our lambing ewes. So far, the two lambing groups have given us a total of 64 lambs, with the majority of those being in the second group (52). These lambs are looking great and this year is easily shaping up to be our best lamb crop ever!
Well, it is finally here: Lambing Season! This is always such a fun time of year as you get to see what lambs you'll have, and when you are using new sires, it adds to the excitement!
Good Shepherd Farm is offering some top quality rams for sale. We are hauling back rams from back East this year and so can only keep so many herd sires around! :) Many of these rams are proven herd sires with ewe lambs that have been retained.
Check out our For Sale page for more information!
We got our first snow of the year a couple weeks ago. I took this picture a few days after the snow started to melt. We have been using the sheep to graze off some stockpiled forage in the pastures. The sheep prefer the grass quite frequently over the hay which is great because it also cuts down on feed costs as it doesn't have to go through all the processing and equipment costs that hay producing must go through. Winter Grazing can also be
The first batch of ewes to lamb was put in with the ram November 7th, and before we knew it and could post to update y'all, they are all bred! Pictured above is a portion of them in with one of three of our 2019 herd sires, KRK 7202.