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Sheep - Wool Ram/Wether for Pet/Grazer (Hamakua)

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Yearling Wool Sheep 'Mars' is looking for a pet/grazer/ wool home.

Mars would be a great orchard/lawn mower or friend for a lonely sheep.
Mars has fine wool and a mild personality. He comes when called and I can pet him on his back while he is eating, otherwise he is a little shy. He probably would get tamer/more confident, with more attention.

Mars is a 'pet/non-breeding quality' ram, because his 'ram parts' didn't descend. He is unlikely to be fertile, but I can't guarantee it. So if you don't want lambs, don't keep Mars with ewes.
Mars would get along best with wethers or ewes or a sweet ram. A big bossy ram might beat up Mars.

Mars needs a rain shelter, dog-proof fences & pasture, sheep friends (at least 1 or 2) and to be sheared once a year. All sheep need to have their hooves trimmed and to be de-wormed as needed. If you have good pasture, Mars doesn't need to be feed, except for treats!
Rehoming Fee

The last 2 photos are of Mars when he was about 3-4 months old, the rest are current. He has already been sheared this year.

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