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Sheep - Clun Forest Wether Lambs - $175 (Paauilo)

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Purebred Clun Forest Lambs - Wethers (neutered males)

3 Lovely purebred lambs - healthy & friendly. The lambs are docked, vaccinated and dewormed.
The lambs are currently 9-10 weeks old.
Ready to go at 14+ weeks old. Reserve now with a deposit.

$175 each. or All 3 lambs for $500
Prefer to sell the lambs together, but will sell seprately if you already have sheep. Sheep are social animals and are happiest in a group of 3 or more.

We have been raising Cluns for almost 40 years in Hawaii. Clun Forest sheep are a multipurpose wool breed, that are hardy and adaptable.

Clun wethers make stylish grazers for your extra grass or orchards. Wool sheep are less damaging to trees than hair sheep, who tend to climb on trees and chew bark like goats. Clun wethers tend to be friendly and mild mannered, so they are easy to handle and can be very pet-like.
Clun wethers are also excellent wool producers. Some woolcraft people believe that wool from wethers is the highest quality. Clun wool is medium fine and is great for all sorts of uses. Clun sheep need to be sheared once a year, in the Spring.

Wethers also make good companions for ewes or rams.


Although sheep make excellent mowers, they are not robots and need: Daily checking (and a snack!!), a pasture with dog-proof fencing to keep them safe, a rain shelter/shed and once-a-year shearing (in the spring). Plus occasional hoof trimming and deworming, and ideally one-a-year vaccination (less important for non-breeding sheep).
Three sheep need about 1/2 - 1 acre of grass/pasture, depending on the grass quality.


Photos are of the available lambs

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