Thursday, May 13, 2010


This is one that we kept from the 2009 lamb season, in hopes that his horns would be ok.
But as you can see  the horns develped great over the top and around
his ears, but as they came around, they are heading in the direction of his jaw. to market!

1 comment:

  1. Have you read Lois Moore's post on horn development? It is very good, with photos that help you determine horn growth. But as she points out, only time tells for sure; they do not use ram lambs for breeding. You can find it here:

    Horn issues are part of the reason I decided to breed polled Shetlands.