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Dairy Saanen/Nubian doelings and East Fresian lambs av (Gaffney)

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Ewe on the Farm is a small homestead in Cherokee County. We raise dairy sheep, lambs coming in May, and dairy goats, chickens and honeybees.

This year we were blessed with all twin deliveries from our Saanen does. We have several Sannen/Nubian doelings that are looking for their new farm.

These girls were raised on nannies milk and are all very healthy. Also, from rotational pasture grazing, alfalfa and fescue hay and non gmo/soy free grain.

We have not had any worm issues with these ladies or any other health concerns.

All have been disbudded and can be registered as "expirmental breed" per ADGA as they are from proven registered dairy lines with papers from Dam and Sir.

Nannies were able to feed twins and provide us with 2 to 4 quarts or 1/2 to 1 gallon a day each.

Sannens are heavy producers and Nubians are known for their butter fat milk content. The result is a Snubian! Some have waddles and others have the floppy ear features characteristics of the Nubian.

We offer support for newbies, farm tours and have 2 Airbnbs on the property for those wanting to get an immersive experience.

Goats and sheep milk make a fabulous edition to the farmstead, easy to handle and versitile milk!

8+ month old kids, can be bred when 80lbs.

Mom's in milk with twins on board, UFD.


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