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Come take a look at our Old English Babydoll Sheep..........................

Please take a look at our for sale listing from the past

UNFORTUNATELY WE HAVE SOLD OFF OUR ENTIRE HERD AND WILL NO LONGER BE RAISING ANY BABYDOLL SHEEP. 2015 WILL BE OUR FIRST YEAR WITHOUT ANY NEW LAMBS. BELOW ARE THE LAMBS WE HAVE SOLD IN THE PAST.

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History:

The Babydoll Sheep originally came from the Sussex Downs in England to the United States in about 1803. They are Southdown sheep. The Olde English Babydoll Southdown Registry started in 1991, after spending many years of research tracing down the original miniature sheep and their bloodlines were established. Their height is 24 inches or less from their withers ( shoulder to the ground), not including the thickness of the wool.

They were originally sought after because of their mild meat & their wool. Their wool is short stapled, but with a micron count of 19 to 22 & has more barbs per inch than any other wool. It is perfect for blending with other fine wools or fiber.

In our current time, people want them for small homestead farms and because they are miniature and rare. People like their short compact size and height. They have a very cute round face and appear to be smiling at you. Photographers love them too! They are very docile and make great pets, not to mention they are the cutest little lawn mower you have ever seen! They are used to keep pastures, lots and orchards nicely trimmed and produce a natural organic fertilizer of course! You can't get any better than that!

The babydolls only breed once a year in early to late fall and start lambing in early spring to early summer. Their gestation is about 5 months. The do have to be sheared every year. The Olde English Babydoll Registry web site is a great source of information. I encourage you to visit it if you are considering a babydoll sheep. We have been raising the Babydolls since 1999. I warn you, the lambs are contagious!!!!!!! BAAAAAAAAA .

Click here to view a photo gallery of our sheep and lambs

 

BELOW IS OUR BREEDING STOCK:

 

Baby Ruth

Cocoa puff

 

BabyRuth

For Sale - Baby Ruth

 

Cyndi

Cyndi

 

Dawn

Dawn

GPF-SugarBaby

For Sale - Sugar Baby

Sweetie Pie

Sweetie Pie

Reece

Reece

 

Addison

For Sale - Addison

 

Ashley

Ashley

 

Moreland

Moreland

 

Cocoa

Cocoa - Ram

 

Hershey

Hershey - Ram

 

Simple Simon

For Sale - Simple Simon

 

 

Simon and Lambert

Simon and

Lambert- (wethered)

 

Sheeps and Lambs

Baby Ruth and Cindy

 

 

We are proud members of the following animal organizations:
783 Holland Road * Powder Springs, GA 30127 * Phone: (770) 794-6668 * Fax: (770)794-6669; E-mail: dcharris@bellsouth.net

National Pygmy Goat Association

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International Llama Registry

ILR

Olde English Babydoll Southdown Sheep Registry

"The Original Southdown Sheep"

Babydoll Sheep

American Kennel Club

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American Donkey and Mule Society
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