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Raw Fleece- Shetland - Molasses Raw Lamb Fleece- CVM/Romeldale - Rare Breed - Cedar Raw Lamb Fleece- CVM/Romeldale - Rare Breed - Birch
Shetlands are not big fleeces and they're pretty easy to process. A Shetland fleece was the first fleece I had ever processed through and I personally think it makes a great beginner fleece. It's not got too much lanolin and it's a good length. My sheep are not coated but the Shetlands manage to stay cleaner than the rest.

Molasses is an odd little wether. He enjoys treats, jumping around like a maniac and nibbling on your fingers and toes. His fleece is a pretty tan and weighs in at 5.75 lbs.
CVM is an amazing breed of sheep with a delightful wool. If you want to know more about the breed click through HERE. No sheep is coated so no fleece is 100% without VM but we skirted well and the fleeces always clean up quite lovely.

Cedar is the sister to BayBay and Birch, she looks so much like her brother Birch but she's very much like her Dad Sue. Quiet and calm.

Her fleece weighs in around 6.1lbs
CVM is an amazing breed of sheep with a delightful wool. If you want to know more about the breed click through HERE. No sheep is coated so no fleece is 100% without VM but we skirted well and the fleeces always clean up quite lovely.

Birch is Bay's twin brother tho they look very little alike nor do they act alike. Birch is very calm and laid back unlike his brother. His fleece is turning out so much like his mom's in color and characteristics. it's quite beautiful.

His fleece weighs in around 7lbs
Raw Fleece- Coopworth - Ornot Raw Lamb Fleece- CVM/Romeldale - Rare Breed - Burgundy Raw Fleece- CVM/Romeldale - Rare Breed - Appletini
This is our Coopworth boy. His full name is Wether Ornot. He was the wether that we purchased solely as a friend for a our big ram "A Boy Named Sue". He's quite the love and has been fabulous company for our ram.

Beyond that he has a gorgeous fleece and is fairly clean for not being coated. It weighed in at 12.3 lbs but I believe that was just heavy in lanolin and dirt so I dropped the per lb price to reflect that.
CVM is an amazing breed of sheep with a delightful wool. If you want to know more about the breed click through HERE. No sheep is coated so no fleece is 100% without VM but we skirted well and the fleeces always clean up quite lovely.

Burgundy is another one of Apple's babies. Her fleece this year was very unlike her mom and sister's fleeces. The color variation and staple length are all over the place. You know a sheep grows different length fleece over it's body right? Well she really shows that. I could have skirted it out but the color variations made me decide to keep it in there and just reduce the price.

Her fleece weighs in around 11.8lbs

CVM is an amazing breed of sheep with a delightful wool. If you want to know more about the breed click through HERE. No sheep is coated so no fleece is 100% without VM but we skirted well and the fleeces always clean up quite lovely.

Appletini has turned out to be a giant of a sheep. She gave us the largest CVM fleece this year and will you just look at that color??!! I mean, seriously. She is still our most highly trained sheep as Katie has taught her to do tricks and to be a stellar show sheep.

Her fleece weighs in at 11.6 lbs .
The photos show a staple, the top of the fleece, and the underside.