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|Katahdin sheep are a breed of hair sheep developed in the United States, and named after Mt. Katahdin. Katahdin are hardy, adaptable, low maintenance sheep that produce superior lamb crops and lean, meaty carcasses. They do not produce a fleece and therefore do not require shearing. They are medium-sized and efficient, bred for utility and for production in a variety of management systems. Ewes have exceptional mothering ability and lamb easily; lambs are born vigorous and alert. The breed is ideal for pasture lambing and grass/forage-based management systems. In cold weather, they grow a very thick winter coat, which then sheds during warm seasons. Katahdins are also significantly tolerant of internal and external parasites and if managed carefully require only minimal parasite treatment. Live weight of a mature ewe ranges from 120 to 160 pounds; a mature ram will weigh 180 to 250 pounds.|
Scrapie Resistance: ARR
PAS 35W is a single from ewe lamb PAS 52U and ram FLK 220R. Birth weight of 8 lbs on May 25, 2009. Weight on Aug 27 was 75 lbs and on Oct 4 it was 93 lbs making him one of our top gainers for that year. He is a quiet ram and has good confirmation. Last year as he was in the barn for semen collections but will be used for breeding purposes this year.
Reg# KHSI 055263
Single born from AI breeding 30 April 2006
BW = 12 lbs
Weaning weight (64 days) = 85 lbs
100 day weight (96 days) = 108 lbs
ADG = 1.00 lbs/day
Sire: CCC 111P
Owner: Lynn Tait email@example.com
His first lambs were born in 2010. EBV’s available soon.
FLK 220R (FOREGROUND) WITH A YEARLING SON