Bill With Anastasia

Bill With Anastasia
Bill Eatmon - 1955 - 2006 Co-shepherd at Sheltering Pines from June, 1996 to August, 2006.

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Monday, December 05, 2011

Sheltering Pines Adult Ewe Flock Autumn 2011-Spring 2012


SheltrgPines Anais Anais - gray katmoget blesset ewe out of V Creek Guinevere x Wintertime Fudge.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe, pictured at bottom, for spring lambs).


Detail (above) of Anais Anais' flece



SheltrgPines Andalucite:  moorit smirslet ewe out of SheltrgPines Ceylon x Wintertime Fudge.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe for spring lambs).


detail of Andalucite's fleece


SheltrgPines Champs Elysées:  moorit smirslet ewe out of SheltrgPines Ceylon x Wintertime Fudge.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe for spring lambs).


detail of Chmps Elysées' fleece


SheltrgPines Classique:  moorit smirslet ewe out of V Creek Guinvere and Wintertime Fudge.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe for spring lambs).


detail of Classique's fleece.


SheltrgPines Bengal:  gray katmoget ewe out of Underhill Alix x SheltrgPines Starry Night.


detail of Bengal's fleece.


SheltrgPines Debonaire:  black ewe out of Justalit'l Black Lambo x Bramble Nick.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe for spring lambs).


detail of  Debonaire's fleece.


SheltrgPines J'adore:  fawn ewe out of WindyAcres Azalea x Wintertime Fudge.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe for spring lambs).


detail of Jadore's fleece.


SheltrgPines L'air du Temps:  gray katmoget ewe out of  SheltrgPines Maura x Wintertime Black Forrest.
(Bred to SheltrgPines Grand Luxe for spring lambs).

detail of Lair du Temps fleece.



SheltrgPines Grand Luxe:  Fawn katmoget smirslet out of SheltrgPines Bengal x Wintertime Fudge.







4 comments:

Kelly Bartels said...

Great bunch, as usual.......I probably should do pictures of my girls at some point. :)

Michelle said...

That's a stunning breeding group, Stephen! Can't imagine that you'll get anything but wonderful for lambing season!

Jen and Rich Johnson said...

That's an impressive looking flock Stephen. We're looking at years of hard work and smart breeding.

Rich

Anonymous said...

Stephen,
Very nice girls.
I just brought one of your girls home from Linda W, Agnes of Rome. We are hoping that she will bring in some nice new genes. Her AgAg is something I want to add to our flock, but I am also interested in her lock formation. Your pics above really do show it well. Do all of your sheep have that tight and organized crimp? I assume you are breeding for it.