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Joe Billman sold his east-central Idaho farm and the Six Winds Karakul bloodline has found four homes in three states—California, Washington and Idaho.

Aged white ram Cotton and some of his ewes.

Deborah is now selling Six Winds processed wool. After being stored for several years, much of the wool is still in good shape.

Six Winds Karakul and Navajo-Churro roving (and a few batts) are going for the wholesale price of $8 to $15 per pound based on age and quality. The longer the wool has been in storage the lower the price per pound.  

About 20 to 30 bags are damaged by wool moths, scurf or vegetable matter and kept separate. They are $10 per bag plus shipping. Perfect for felting a horse blanket!

No splitting bags please.

Shipping is from Idaho and a separate cost.

Wool samples are available.

Offered are:

1)  8 to 10 bags of nice quality Karakul wool roving, averaging 2.5 to 3.5lbs per bag

2)  2 bags of Karakul batts, both grays

Six Winds Karakul wool colors are:

  • off-white
  • cream, very light tan
  • dark tan
  • white with lots of black fibers
  • shades of gray including gray-brown
  • dark grays with white fibers
  • black Karakul has sold & is now only available as damaged wool, $10/bag

3)  60 to 70 bags of good-to-nice quality Navajo-Churro wool roving

4)  2 bags of NC batts, off-white w sparse black fibers and medium tan

Same colors as above including:

  • fascinating browns and red-browns that NC sheep are famous for
  • some black and brown-black NC wool

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Joe has agreed to a donation of 20% of proceeds to the Karakul Shepherds Alliance for our pedigree database.

This offer good until MAY 31, 2021.

Let’s talk about 6-Winds processed wool for sale at terrific prices. Call or text Deborah: 206.371.0995


Last Updated May 3, 2021; Posted December 26, 2020 


IDAHO – These ewes sold within 2 months. New buyer saw the ad here!

Three brown yearling ewe lambs are for sale, unshorn. One 11-months, two 8-months of age. There should be similar colors born in 2021 on Vitality Farm, Nampa, Idaho. Six Winds and Neverov Karakul bloodlines combined on sire’s side, with a Spokane Washington line of old Zarrabi (California) and Anakus (Washington) Karakuls on dam’s side. These ewes are registerable with KSAR.

$250 each, or $650 for all three ewes. Price firm on older yearling as she is most likely a bred ewe.

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Vitaliy Tymoshchuk
Vitality Farm
Nampa, Idaho 83687
Call Vitaliy at: 208-509-9136

Updated Sold March 8, 2021; Posted December 23, 2020



J Kambar Farm participates in SE2SE and currently offers
American Karakul carded batts for spinning or felting
in cream, light grey, dark grey, tan and reddish-brown.

Available in:

• 8 oz. multi-color mini batt pack @ $30.00 + shipping (~1.5 oz each of dark grey, light grey, reddish-brown, tan and cream)
• 8 oz. batts light or dark grey @ $30.00 + shipping
• Approx. 3# batts in cream or dark reddish-brown @ $60.00 per pound + shipping; unit price of $180.00

Contact Info (ex: Phone, Farm Address or Directions):

Leslie Johnson
7001 N. Air Depot Blvd.
Okla. City, OK 73141
Face book J Kambar Farm

Posted February 22, 2020



Kathy Donovan has been breeding Karakul sheep at Checkmate Farm since 2004 and occasionally has breeding stock for sale.

Checkmate-days old Donovan Karakul lambs

Karakuls are raised for fleeces to create Persian Rug Yarn. Kathy is an Oxford Company Punch Rug Hooking Instructor.

“Early Persia” rug design by Jane McGown Flynn, Hooked by Kathy Donovan

Kathy also sells rug roving for braiding rugs and offers classes all year.

Checkmate Farm booth-yarns & rug hooking equipment

Farm Website URL:

Contact Info:
Kathy Donovan
Bluemont, Virginia

Updated February 22, 2020; 1st posted June 8, 2017



Mary Carol Buchholz has been breeding Karakul sheep at Onion Creek Ranch in Dripping Springs, Texas for 33 years.

There are two 2020 ewe lambs with predominate Hagerman genetics left, currently on hold for a new breeder in Missouri.

Call Mary Carol to reserve your 2021 lambs.

The photo gallery below shows examples of her 2019 lamb groups–rams have tags in right ears, ewes have tags in left

Contact Info:
Mary Carol Buchholz
Onion Creek Karakuls (OCK)
Dripping Springs. Texas
Phone: 512-461-3870

Updated December 23, 2020



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