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The Baalands is a small sheep
farm in Clear Spring, Maryland.


Thirty-five ewes were bred for the 2020 lamb crop. The main sire was Charlie (RR) from Lee Wright's flock in Virginia. Charlie was consigned to the 2017 Virginia Tech Southwest AREC Ram Test.  Ewe lambs were bred to ram lambs, progeny of previous flock sires:  Hawkeye, from Carl Ginapp's flock in Iowa; and Eddie, from Ed Julian's flock in Ohio.

WHY KATAHDINS?

 

Katahdins are a medium-sized hair (shedding) sheep developed in the United States (Maine) in the 1950's. They do not require shearing, crutching, or tail docking. They are more resistant to internal parasites (worms) than conventional wooled breeds. Katahdins excel in reproductive performance, typically producing lamb crops in excess of 200 percent. They can be crossed with rams of any breed to produce replacement ewe lambs and market lambs of the desired type.

 

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The BAALANDS


Core values

  • Animal health

  • Animal welfare

  • Good nutrition

  • Performance

  • Efficiency

  • Research-based

  • Profitability

Katahdin sheep

THE BAALANDS

Katahdin sheep

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SUSAN SCHOENIAN - THE BAALANDS
15007 Hicksville Road, Clear Spring, MD  21722  USA
(301) 582-4317 - EMAIL: susan@baalands.com