St Croix sheep were originally imported from St. Croix in the Virgin Islands. They led a semi-feral life there resulting in an inherited parasite and disease resistance. They are able to browse like goats and to live on marginal pastures with great success. They were used in the development of other hair sheep such as Khatadins and Royal Whites to enhance their hardiness.
A fine young lamb
Call us atLambs are up within minutes of birth, nursing and following their mothers. By weaning at 3 months they are 2/3 the size of mom and do fine on their own. They do not need their tails docked and best of all do not require shearing.
We do not currently have lambs for sale. But all of our girls are pregnant! We do have a couple of yearlong ewes we may consider selling just to maintain our diversity. We have a new ram which we got from Washington state so the next lambing will be from New bloodlines. We are trying to increase the size of our sheep and keep their parasite resistance intact.
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