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 Sheep for Sale

Sheep For Sale


We do have Icelandic and Shetland sheep for sale, contact the farm for availability, pricing and photos.


Lambs are due at the beginning of April 2020. If you would be liked to be added to the waiting list, please email the farm directly. 

If you are interested in purchasing sheep from our farm, thoroughly read through the "Terms of Sale" below before contacting the farm to make inquiries about specific sheep. Pricing and breed registration are non-negotiable.


All Icelandic breeding stock listed for sale are sold as registered, no exceptions. This also applies to our Shetland breeding stock, with rare exceptions for non-registrable breeding ewes.

Each sheep we offer for sale is carefully evaluated in order to make available Icelandic and Shetland breeding stock that exemplifies the standards for each of these Northern European Heritage breeds. Fiber sheep are evaluated for fiber quality as well as health, parenting ability, parasite resistance and temperament.

Included in your purchase of four or more sheep from our farm is ongoing mentorship for your first year of flock ownership, a space in one of our Beginning Shepherding courses, and priority registration for future educational opportunities such as classes, workshops, and field days.

Terms of Sale

-A deposit of 50% per sheep (as of October 1, 2019), payable through PayPal (fees to be paid by buyer), cashier's check or money order, holds the lamb(s)/sheep of your choice. Deposits may be transferable to another lamb/sheep available during the current breeding season but are non-refundable (certain exceptions apply). Without a deposit, sheep will not be reserved.


-Icelandic breeding stock are sold as CLRC registered animals only; registration is included in the total price of the sheep. 

-With a few exceptions for non-registrable breeding ewes, Shetland breeding stock are sold as NASSA registered animals only: registration is included in the total price of the sheep.


-Cost of shipping animals interstate and their required health certification is the responsibilty of the buyer and must be arranged and paid before the sheep leave our farm. 


-While we are able to assist with options for livestock haulers who we believe will do the best job in moving sheep from our farm to yours, arrangements for shipping livestock are the responsibility of the buyer. 


-Savings may be offered with the purchase of four or more sheep from our farm, with priority to those who are beginning shepherds. This savings does not include shipping or health certification costs.

-Our Icelandic Sheep are registered through the Canadian Livestock Records Corp., which is the official registry for Icelandic Sheep in North America. The pedigrees of our registered sheep may be viewed here.