Contact

Contact
Deborah Hunter – Registrar, Web Shepherd, Karakul Historian
To talk about The Alliance and for questions on advertising, blogging, registration, Karakul history,
or to submit articles for the website

email: info@karakulshepherds.org

cell: 206.371.0995 to text photos of your Karakul Sheep

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Page last updated April 2017

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3 Comments on “Contact

  1. Hi
    I am very interested in starting a herd of Karakul sheep on my 120 acres located near Sacramento in Northern CA. Would know of any sources in the area that has any sheep for sale. I grow up with this type sheep back in IRAN in the seventies and now I would like to market this product to the very large population of persians in CA

  2. Hi
    I am looking to start a flock in Northern california
    Please send me contact information of breeders in the area so I may be able to purchase some sheep

  3. Good Morning,

    Would you be able to tell me if anyone in the Kentucky area or near the Kentucky area sells the meat from Karakul sheep, especially the fat-tail? I have contacted Kathy at Check-mate farm and she gave me a name of Elizabeth Ann Brown in Mt. Sterling. I could not find a number for her so I contacted the Kentucky Arts Association out of Berea, KY and left a message for her. She sells rugs and yarns through the Arts. I contacted Jennifer McLagan, Omar Wahdan, Letty, The Fat Ewe Farm, and Willowdale Farm. I still could not make any progress in locating a breeder or butcher.

    Any Assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
    Melissa Gerges

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