We raise registered Katahdin sheep for meat and breeding stock.
Katahdins are a "hair sheep" breed developed in the state of Maine for their meat. They grow a fleece in the winter and shed it in the spring.
Compared to other breeds of sheep, we have found the Katahdins to be very easy to raise. They are natural mothers, usually have twins or triplets, and healthy.
For more information about the Katahdin breed see the Katahdin Hair Sheep International web site. www.katahdins.org
Nutritional info & recipes
The American Lamb Board has both nutritional information and recipes:
For information about raising sheep see:
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