White Dorper Sheep:

Now taking orders for 2015

My flock consists of more than 200 purebred White Dorper ewes and 20 some purebred Kiko goats. I am using purebred registered White Dorper rams to breed my ewes. All my sheep are commercial sheep that thrive on pasture without any grain ever. They are not registered, they are meant to make a profit for the farmer and are not meant for the show ring. My sheep are hoof rot free. They are used to electric fencing and herding dogs as well as guard dogs.

My Stud Rams:

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Purebred White Dorper (WD) ewe lambs: $250 each*. Purebred WD ewe lambs will shed and will breed out of season or will have a very long breeding season.

7/8 percentage White Dorper (WD) ewe lambs: $225 each*. 7/8 WD females are in appearance and production very similar to purebred WD yet less expensive. They shed similarly. They breed in part out of season or will have a long breeding season.

*picked up at the farm, price does not include health certificate needed for out-of-state sales.

Ram lambs:

Purebred White Dorper (WD) ram lambs $300 each*

*picked up at the farm, price does not include health certificate needed for out-of-state sales, the cost of a health certificate is estimated to cost $50

In 2015, I sell purebred White Dorper ram lambs sired by a new group of Lewis White Dorper rams, all fully shedding. I select the top ten of all born ram lambs for breeding purpose. Further selection takes place as these ram lambs grow up. Usually, only twin-born rams are selected with the occasional exception being a single-born ram lamb out of a twin-born ewe that lambs for the very first time.

If you also purchase ewe lambs, I can select a ram lamb for you that is unrelated to these ewe lambs that you can use him to breed these ewes.

Kiko goats:

A few years ago I added a small number of Kiko goats to my flock of sheep. Goats are known to browse more than they graze which makes them excellent for weed control where sheep fail. These goats eat down the vines growing along my woven wire fence and eat down other invasive weeds like Tartarian honeysuckle and Spotted Knapweed. Many goat breeds are less hardy than sheep and therefore add labor to a sheep enterprise. I find these Kiko goats as the hardiest goat breed I have encountered and yet the easiest going breed that fits in with sheep. But make no mistake, a goat is still a goat. If you have a hole in the fence, a goat will find it.

Doe kid: $225*
Buck kid: $250*

*picked up at the farm, price does not include health certificate needed for out-of-state sales.

White Clover Sheep Farm
Ulf Kintzel
683 Bagley Road  -  Rushville, NY  -  14544  -  Phone/Fax: (585) 554-3313
Email: ulf@whitecloversheepfarm.com  

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