This is our breeding flock. Each Olde English Southdown Babydoll Sheep was specifically chosen because of his/her gentle nature, proper conformation, great disposition, and their sweet little faces sure did help! We have 23 breeding ewes and a number of breeding rams. Over half of our ewes have black wool, and a couple of our rams also have black wool. While black wool is a recessive gene and shows up in about 1 in 4 births, the good variety of colour in our little flock means that each lambs has the potential to carry the black gene. New in 2011, I imported some exceptionally rare SPOTTED Babydoll sheep. To the best of my knowledge, this makes me the first Babydoll breeder in Canada with spotted Babydolls, and this is an exciting opportunity for me!
our little flock Micro Mini Pigs, Oliver, Lola, and Petunia, were chosen to be our breeders because of their micro mini history, small size, rare colouring, and they are carriers of the genes that produce blue or green eyes. They have been imported legally into Canada, and are free from Brucellosis and Pseudorabies.
our little flock now has, perhaps, the largest herd of miniature Zebu cattle. These are the smallest cattle in the world and are finding their place here in Canada as livestock for hobby farms, a family cow, and bulls are being employed at Junior Rodeos. Be sure to read about them - they will capture your heart too!
Contact our little flock for information on purchasing one of these rare miniature pets.
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