KF-Acres 1705 QQ
Sire: “Midnight Gambler” QR
Sire's Sire: SWSC "Maybuck"
PGD: "Sara" QR
Dam: Wolf 1418 “Chalk Outline” QR
Dam’s Sire: “Chrome”
MGD: Borcher F6 "Vanity" (Dam of "Cabela")
Breed: Natural Colored
Comments: Because of our complete lack of ewe lambs this year, we were forced into the yearlings for our first online sale. Basically what you see, is what you get here, since she was completely shorn mid-December, as we had zero intentions of selling her. She doesn’t have that fancy topknot, or shaggy boot wool, regardless no doubt she is our biggest and most massive yearling this year. Essentially, this one is bred identical to “Throne”, the Supreme Champion Wool Breeds ewe from the 2018 PA Farm show for Mikara Anderson. “Gambler’s mother” has a buck lamb we are splitting with the Borcher’s this year as a future stud ram! This should prove a wise investment if 1705 follows in her mother’s footsteps, as we already have 3 daughters in production and plan to keep a son this year. This ewe sells with a cidr, and the ability to choose from which RR ram you would like her mated to after the sale.
Fall Ewe Lamb
KF-Acres 1808 RR
Sire: Borcher 401 “Monkey Rench” RR (purebred BLACK MaryJane Rench Columbia)
Dam: Wolf 14-21 “Maggie” RR
Dam’s Sire” Homestead 44 Magnum
MGD: Wolf 12-09 "Angus daughter"
Breed Natural Colored
Futurity: Yes NCWGA
Comments: These 2 sisters trace back to the “Angus” line at Wolf’s that produced more than a few National Champions, and high sellers. Bring into that mix the purebred colored Columbia sire, straight in Mary Jane Rench breeding, and confirm the number of National Champions and high sellers she had; and realize the future is endless for this pair of sisters. This blacker sister is the taller and classier of the pair, and honestly, reminds me a ton of her maternal sister that stood 2nd in the medium late yearling ewe class at Louisville last fall!
February Ewe Lamb
KF-Acres 1816 QR
Sire: Borcher 401 “Monkey Rench” RR
Dam: KF-Acres 1634 QR
Dam’s Sire: “Gunsmoke”
Futurity: Yes NCWGA
Comments: Unfortunately, we only had 3 spring ewe lambs born this year, and have made the choice easy- all 3 are being offered for sale right here! I really wanted to keep this one, as I just love her flawless make! Last year we sold the highest selling spring ewe lamb at Ohio, and I’d swear this is an exact replica! Again, we’re not showing this year, and this is our show flock that’s being offered! This coming from a small set of sheep that captured the Overall Premier Exhibitor banner at Louisville last fall, 2 Reserve Champions, 4 class winners, and put 11 of our 14 in the top 3, and all 14 in the top 5 of their classes!