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Ram: Budweiser

Budweiser is a black TRIPLE-registered purebred Olde English Babydoll Southdown ram. He most likely carries an extension dominant gene, as all of his offspring have been the color black.

NABSSAR Registration #22078, BSSBA Registration #13415, BSRA Registration #31819

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Ewe: Emmeline

Emmeline is a QUADRUPLE registered off-white colored purebred Olde English Babydoll Southdown ewe. Her mothering abilities and udder are superior in our flock.

NABSSAR Registration #21192, BSSBA Registration #13785, OEBMSSR Registration #22207, BSRA Registration #31817

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Ewe: Una

Una is a QUADRUPLE registered off-white purebred Olde English Babydoll Southdown ewe. She is shy, but holds ideal mothering abilities. She holds a more compact and short look with a rounder face frame.

NABSSAR Registration #23016, BSSBA Registration #13786, OEBMSSR Registration #23561, BSRA Registration #31818


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Photo of 1 day old black lamb from Ginny.

Babydoll Lambs (black or off-white)


Sold out for 2024. 

Join waiting list for 2025 by email

Waiting lists are not a guarantee of availability or reservation, it is merely a way for us to inform you of available lambs once they are born. Once you select your lamb(s), we will have them reserved for you.

Sheep are flock animals and must have a buddy. It is a requirement that lambs are purchased in two or more, or owner must already have sheep at home as companions. 

Lambs will be ready to go home at approximately 8-10 weeks of age, dependent on CDT vaccination completion and weaning, ensuring they have the best success once home. We will give you an estimated date for pickup. It is required that you pick up the lambs within 2 weeks of us informing you/weaning, or we will forfeit your right to the lamb purchase. Drop off is often available in Southern California for an additional fee. At pickup, lambs will already have tails docked, CD/T vaccines, proper worming if applicable, wethered if applicable, and hooves trimmed. 


For our registered sheep, they are part of North American Babydoll Southdown Sheep Association and Registry (NABSSAR), Olde English "Babydoll" Southdown Sheep Registry (OEBMSSR), Babydoll Southdown Sheep Breeders Association International (BSSBA International) and Babydoll Sheep Registry Association (BSRA)

Please be sure to let us know which registry you prefer when placing reservations. Fees include registration (buyer is responsible for transfer and associated fees) with up to (dependent on lineage) 4 registries of choice by the time the lamb goes home. Future eligibility to registration is not guaranteed, as guidelines and requirements are subject to change with registries. For example, NABSSAR does not allow for registration of spotted nor spotted carrier sheep. Here is an article from NABSSAR Sheep Registry on next steps for registration. Here is how you can do it with NABSSAR, here with BSRA, here with OE, and here with BSSBA. 

When you purchase registered sheep, you'll need to apply for membership and transfer them into your name. Occasionally, we can handle the transfer of the sheep directly into your name once fees are paid, and you'll receive the COR (Certificate of Registration) directly to your mailing address. This is much more convenient, and doesn't always requirement membership!  


Fees for ram include the ram tested for RR at Codon 171 with test results certificate. 

2025 Lamb Prices:

Ewes: 1300 registered

Rams: 1300 registered 

Wethers: 500 unregistered

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