Flock Finder

*Welcome to the 2019 Karakul Flock Finder*

This is the same form that was used for the 2017 census, which closed March 31, 2018. Please check out the results & report under tab Census Results.

Anyone who owns Karakul sheep in North America is welcome! Your participation is voluntary and all information from this survey will remain completely private. No information from individual farms will be made public. American and Canadian Karakuls will be counted separately.

We will specifically share count information (only) with the Livestock Conservancy for their Karakul Breed Census and Conservation Priority List. Visit livestockconservancy.org

Locating historical Karakul bloodlines is important for the breed in order to expand the current North American gene pool. We would very much appreciate your sharing with us a bit about your farm and flock.

You may fill out as much or as little of the Flock Finder as you would like. Only 3 fields are required–

  1.  Counts of pure Karakul sheep
  2. Address (city, state) so we know where the Karakuls are
  3. If you would like to be listed on our Breeders page (Free!)

To register sheep from Isolated flocks the History is needed. This Flock Finder form only needs to be filled out once. However, genetic additions to Isolated flocks will need their History updated with gender, source, and year in the Existing Alliance Flock field below.

WE LOVE PHOTOS! If you would like to send pictures of your flock, email to: info@karakulshepherds.org or see below

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Send photos to:  info@karakulshepherds.org

OR Text Photos to 206.371.0995

with permission to post online if OK

After looking over this online Flock Finder page, if you think a paper form would work better for you, please click on the link, print, fill out and mail.

Thank you!

Page last updated July 2019

To return, click Home Page here OR Click on KARAKUL SHEPHERDS ALLIANCE title at top of the page

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