Katahdin Ram Lamb sold at the National Sale for $1150.

A Katahdin Ewe and her twins surviving very well in the sub-zero degree weather during lambing.

Katahdins grazing on Oats and Turnips

Katahdins grazing on fescue in Winter months

No Shearing! 

 WHY WE LOVE OUR KATAHDINS?
· Low Maintenance
· They are tough – No need to coddle this breed
· Will not only maintain but thrive on feeds (grasses, etc.) that other breeds struggle on
· No shearing/natural shedders
· High level of parasite resistance
· No tail docking
· Produce a mild tasting, naturally lean, well muscled carcass that is desirable for the gourmet markets
· Strong maternal characteristics; we demand our ewes to have 2 lambs, unassisted and raise 2 “pounds heavy” lambs each and every year

Our Katahin Stud Rams

956

VAN WELL 7505

JR. RAM 1128

956 ON PASTURE WITH EWES

956 & 624 (REAR)

 

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