The flock was established in 1950 with two ewe lambs from the oldest and most well known flock in the nation - that being Green Valley, Fred and Marion Coble. Our flock now consists of 35 foundation ewes that are selected for milkability, longevity, mothering, records, pedigrees and soundness.
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Due to having Cache Valley Virus in my ewes that hit my AI'ed hard that were bred to "Sho Me Lad" and "Triton" BYU. Some ewes aborted and some ewes had live deformed lambs that died upon birth. Then the virus hit two other heat cycles with ewes being bred to two "Sho Me Lad" sons. Cache Valley Virus is not contagious to humans and can not give the virus to other sheep. It is caused by an infected blood sucking mosquito or deer/horse fly. Ewes that were not infected lambed, having a beautiful set of ram and ewe lambs.
Because of the virus and me having major surgery on my wrist and hand I am not putting any ram or ewe lambs on my web site. But you can contact me either by my cell phone 1-208-541-3405 or my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check out my 2018 National Suffolk Show and Sale entry pictures and information on this web site on June 20th. National Suffolk Show at Sedalia, MO is June 27th and National Suffolk Sale starts at 8 AMJune 29th.
"SHOW ME LAD" Skartvedt
Our new stud ram is 440 pounds and 44 X 44
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