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The SVF Foundation in Newport, Rhode Island, in conjunction with Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, has been working on the Smithsonian & SVF Biodiversity Preservation Project. In Summer 2019 they gathered together their first batch of Karakuls for the rare breed cryopreservation project; rams and ewes were purchased for collection of semen, eggs, and embryos.
In order to make room for the 2020 batch of Karakuls, SVF needs to sell their 2019 Karakul stock. Sarah Bowley, Program Manager complied a list, and Deborah, Alliance Registrar added a little info to hopefully make the selection process easier.
Support this project and see which Karakuls will fit your breeding program!
Sarah Bowley has made it clear that she is willing to negotiate to ensure animals are placed correctly into conservation-based flocks. Take a look at the list!
Contact Sarah Bowley, SVF Program Manager for prices!
Posted March 24, 2020
For Sale: Breeding stock, raw and processed wool, yak down, antique shearing equipment
Best for felting! Large quantity of Karakul carded batts, some roving,
in black, grey, and white, some red-brown.
$30 per pound, discounts offered on large purchases.
Rare Stewart ‘Greyhound’. $300
Rare Stewart ‘Big Boy’- bronze body with 3.5″ combs. $200
Click on a photo once to enlarge. Click right or left arrows to view gallery.
Big batch of lambs has arrived in December-January lambing. Need to sell wool, fiber equipment and some sheep to make moving easier. Call Joe!
Call Joe at: 208-589 -9042
Six Winds Sheep
Arco, Idaho 83213
Updated March 24, 2020; renewed July 22, 2019; 1st posted May 18, 2018
Julia DeVlieg offers for sale Ad Re-Posted !
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A 45″ CRANBROOK Countermarche Floor Loom $3,800
Almost New Condition, Slightly Used Serial #: C4580 231 983
I purchased this with the intention of learning to weave using my beautiful Karakul fleeces. But farming, family, sheep, the Karakul Registry, and felting took all my time. So weaving never happened and now my interest, and energy, are gone.
It is a beautiful machine. Living in southern Michigan, I purchased it around 1977. We moved it to Rice, WA in 1983. It has been kept safe and dry all these years. We just recently unpacked and assembled the basic structure to verify the integrity of the maple pieces. Still packaged, other wooden parts were checked over and counted by a friend who is an experienced weaver. Included is the bench, a warping board frame, and possibly a few more accessories that ‘I know not what they are!’
Click on a photo once to enlarge. Click right or left arrows to view gallery of Cranbrook Loom, Loom & Warping Board Frame, Parts Disassembled, ID & Serial Number.
Factory assembly instructions comes with the loom. A 5-page PDF with design details and history story of Cranbrook Looms is available here.
Email and we’ll discuss shipping.
Rice WA 99167
Updated March 2, 2020; posted January 10, 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.
• 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):
7001 N. Air Depot Blvd.
Okla. City, OK 73141
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Posted February 22, 2020
Kathy Donovan has been breeding Karakul sheep at Checkmate Farm since 2004 and occasionally has breeding stock for sale.
Karakuls are raised for fleeces to create Persian Rug Yarn. Kathy is an Oxford Company Punch Rug Hooking Instructor.
Kathy also sells rug roving for braiding rugs and offers classes all year.
Updated February 22, 2020; updated August 8, 2018; 1st posted June 8, 2017
Mary Carol Buchholz has been breeding Karakul sheep at Onion Creek Ranch in Dripping Springs, Texas for 31 years. Mary Carol has SOLD!! all of her 2019 lambs that were pictured here and is waiting for 2020 lambs with predominate Hagerman genetics.
Lamb groups gallery–rams have tags in right ears, ewes have tags in left
Mary Carol Buchholz
Onion Creek Karakuls (OCK)
Dripping Springs. Texas
Updated January 10, 2020; posted July 22, 2019
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