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    Pasture-Raised  

Katahdin sheep are adaptable, hardy- produce a superior lamb crop; great mothering abilities. No fleece/wool means no shearing, low maintenance. Amazing parasite resistance.

About Black Locust Katahdins

 We have recently RELOCATED- please note our new farm address. We raise registered Katahdin Hair Sheep on our small farm located in Southern Middle Tennesssee. We are approximately  1.5 hours south of Nashville, TN. 40 mins north of Huntsville, Al. We are all natural, pasture- raised farm. Vaccinated with CD&T.  Fecal floats performed on regular intervals to prevent unnecessary use of anthelmintics. Negative for OPP & Johne's. We genotype at codon 171 for scrapie susceptibility. 

We have also introduced Dexter cattle to our little farm, we are increasing our herd at present and will soon offer Dexter beef. 

Stay tuned for upcoming events on the farm regarding our consideration for offering registered Kangal puppies (in the next few years)  and also we have taken some agritourism classes and are considering GOAT YOGA, we have recently acquired some myotonic goats to give it a shot. 

Ivory with lambs
Ivory with lambs
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Storm with lambs
Storm with lambs
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Freckles with lambs
Freckles with lambs
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Brownie with Lucy
Brownie with Lucy
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Orion
Orion
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Olympus
Olympus
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Hank & Titan
Hank & Titan
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lambs
lambs
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