These are the previous rams we have used over the years.  Some we used more than others and some made bigger impacts on our current genetics than others, but each were chosen for a reason.  Looking at them always keeps my grounded in knowing you can’t improve what you don’t measure as they were all beautiful animals.

NWT 337 is one of the most proven maternal Katahdin rams in Katahdin breed history. With progeny born in many flocks, and sons and daughters going to many more, this ram has proven himself to have some of the highest prolificacy genetics in the country.  Raised by Hound River Farm, NWT 337 set the standard for many years with continued success as some of the top rams are sires/grandsires of this legend and we are honored to get to use him.  Hoping to gain his maternal presence in our replacement ewes.  Biggest percentage of our ewes are bred to this ram.

ELR 9194 “Lil Dan”

We don’t name many sheep, but this one is “Lil Dan”.  Purchased from friends at Ewe Lamb Right Farm this ram is nice balanced young Katahdin ram.  Long story with this fellow and he was late lamb and maybe smallest at expo sale that year, so I named him Lil Dan.  However I may have to change his name cause ole Dan ain’t so little anymore.  Didn’t get a chance to use him as a lamb so his first lambs were spring 2021 and they were great!  Another maternal heavy Katahdin ram to build replacement ewes from.