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Mary Carol Buchholz has been breeding Karakul sheep at Onion Creek Ranch in Dripping Springs, Texas for 31 years. OCK is abbreviation for Onion Creek Karakuls. Mary Carol has for sale:

  • 6 ewe lambs
  • 1 special ram lamb plus others in group photo
  • 1 yearling ram

Make an offer on these Karakuls with exclusive isolated bloodlines.  (Photos are below description.)

4 Lambs sired by Gus

Sire is Pine Lane Farm (PLF) Gus, red ram with a white head. Gus’ sire is PLF Sebo a white ram, and his dam is a red OMWF ewe (Old Man Wool Farm, Deb Peterson, Minnesota).

Brown ram with white blaze, born March 10, 2019. He is correct with a gorgeous fleece and an ample tail. Dam is Onion Creek #16, predominant Hagerman line ewe, possibly Agouti color pattern.

Black ewe, born April 12, 2019. Beautiful fleece and medium tail. Dam is #45 black OCK ewe.

Striking tri-color—red, white & black ewe, born March 25, 2019, is out of #26 black OCK ewe. This stunning ewe has a beautiful fleece, large tail, very long ears, and comes complete with black eyeliner, lipstick, ear edging and dots!

Red and white ewe born March 28th, out of #35 medium-dark red OCK ewe.

3 Lambs sired by Ruben

Sire is PLF Ruben, a black ram. Ruben’s sire is a Hindi ram and he is out a Pine Lane Farm ewe.

Black ewe born April 5th, out of #50 black OCK ewe.

Twin ewe lambs out of Boots. Dam is PLF Bee Boots, a friendly white ewe with black boots, by PLF Sebo out of a Hindi ewe.

One Yearling Ram

This black lamb was born a single on April 19, 2018. He has good conformation and a very large tail. His sire is RF 2 (Raincrowe Farm), an Angie Crowe dark brown ram, with a beautiful fleece and a huge tail. Crowe’s sire was from Dee Perera’s flock with New Zealand bloodlines. His dam is Onion Creek #49, a black ewe of predominant Hagerman bloodlines.

Lamb photos

Yearling ram gallery (Click on a photo once to enlarge. Click right or left arrows to view gallery.)

Lamb groups gallery–rams have tags in right ears, ewes have tags in left

Contact Info:
Mary Carol Buchholz
Dripping Springs. Texas
Phone: 512-461-3870

posted July 22, 2019



For Sale: Breeding stock, raw and processed wool, yak down, antique shearing equipment


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.

More lambs arriving this summer. Need to sell wool, fiber equipment and some sheep to make moving easier. Call Joe!

Joe with twin Karakul ewe lambs

Call Joe at: 208-589 -9042
Farm Website URL:

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

renewed July 22, 2019; updated February 24, 2019; 1st posted May 18, 2018



Entire flock of 19 Karakul Sheep – SOLD in just one month!

February 1st  ad posted, notified sold March 8, 2019



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

June 8, 2017; updated August 8, 2018


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