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The Karakuls at HexenWald Ranch are bred for extra-large fat tails mainly from the Peter Neverov flock, with a bit of Anakus bloodline in the mix. Classic lines and classy-looking.
HexenWald shepherds are milking ewes to make high yielding cheeses from relatively small amounts of milk. The Karakul signature fat tail provides a particularly fatty milk. When used for cooking the fat adds juiciness and flavor to meat, adding mild flavor to other dishes.
Babette is FAMACHA Certified so the sheep are only wormed when they have a parasitic load, which decreases the opportunity for anthelmintic resistance.
Clean disease-free Karakuls, tested for all the major wasting diseases of sheep—OPP, CL, Johnnes. HexenWald Karakuls are scrapie codon tested for maintenance of an export certified flock.
550 Hudson Lane
Aptos CA 95003
Posted August 15, 2021
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 August 15, 2021; 1st posted June 8, 2017
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
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