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For Sale

IDAHO

For Sale: Breeding stock, raw and processed wool, yak down, antique shearing equipment, direct drive Duncan drum carder, and Idaho FARM

Duncan drum carder—gear motor drive, excellent condition with extras . $1050

Rare Stewart ‘Greyhound’. $300
Rare Stewart ‘Big Boy’- bronze body with 3.5″ combs . $200

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Forty acre desert farmstead- secluded but accessible
Good well and fencing
1960’s ranch style 2-bedroom home
Large barn built in 70’s
15×20 log bunkhouse
Lost River channel divides lava rock and sage brush-river bottom pasture
Natural landscape yard with 60 year-old spruce, fir and juniper

Joe with twin Karakul ewe lambs

Possible owner finance- $180k

Call Joe at: 208-589 -9042
Email: sixwindssheep@yahoo.com
Farm Website URL: http://wool-n-woolys.com

Joe Billman
Six Winds Sheep
3205W 2600N
Arco, Idaho 83213

January 24, 2017; updated September 6, 2017

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MICHIGAN

Sue Ann Carpenter has been breeding Karakul Sheep for 29 years, since 1988. Karakul ram lambs were born April 17 & 21, 2017. Sire is Pine Lane Farm Gil. Dams are purebred stock whose parents were registered with the AKSR. The twins were born April 17. Both have a nice set of horns started. The white ram has a LOT of luster in his fleece. The single red ram was born 4-21 and he will be polled. These lambs are like their sire as they seem to be very easy going & easy to handle.

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Sue Ann Carpenter
carpentersueann@gmail.com
PO Box 285
Barryton, MI 49305
989-400-0360

August 17, 2017

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WASHINGTON

Yellow House Farm of Peone Prarie, Spokane Washington—We raise Karakul sheep and occasionally offer some for sale. We also sell lavender products, eggs, plant starts, vegetables, and hope our peach orchard will be up and running summer 2017. Please email us with any questions. We are by appointment only! Thank you, Charles and Sandy Oueis   Email: soueis@hotmail.com

 

Also an aged ram 3-4 years old $100.00

 

April 8, 2017; updated August 10, 2017

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TEXAS

Mary Carol Buchholz has been breeding Karakul sheep at Onion Creek Ranch for 30 years and has eleven rams for sale by three different sires—one spotted, two  whites, some red/brown, and the rest black, both horned and polled. Early arrivers were born January 30th and February 2nd; the main flock lambed between March 13th and April 16th, with one straggler on June 18th. The price is $150 each. Please call or email for further information and additional photos.

Black ram #104 born March 15, 2017 By an Angie Crowe Karakul sire, predominant New Zealand line & Hagerman dam

Dark Brown ram #101B Twin born January 30, 2017 Predominantly Hagerman lines with New Zealand on the dam sire’s side

 

Contact Info:
Mary Carol Buchholz
Dripping Springs. Texas
Phone: 512-461-3870
Email: mary.carol@live.com

July 21, 2017

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VIRGINIA

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

Email: kathy@checkmatefarm.com
Farm Website URL: http://www.checkmatefarm.com

Contact Info:
Kathy Donovan
Bluemont, Virginia
540-454-4898

June 8, 2017

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