Our Flock

We have been keeping Hebridean sheep since 2013, with our first lambing in 2015. We started with 5 ewe’s and now have 5 ewe’s, 5 shearling ewe’s, 6 ewe lambs, 6 shearling wethers, 1 ram lamb and 2 wether lambs. We selected the breed as they are easy to keep, low maintenance and grazing properties. The Hebridean is often used for conversation grazing as it will eat most unwanted foliage beside the grass.  They’re tolerable of poor grazing and unlike most sheep breeds there is little need to feed concentrate feeds and will happily over-winter on hay.

A few of our Hebridean ewe's

A few of our Hebridean ewe’s

We are members of the Hebridean Society  (HSS 06417) with our pedigree flock and do our best to continue to preserve and establish this native breed.  With our small yet establish flock,  following lambing in 2017 we hope to have more ewe and ram lambs for sale. You can see what stock we have available here.

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Our Flock

NameBreedDate_Of_BirthHSS ID
Manuka 261Hebridean21/04/130928/13
Manuka 263Hebridean20/04/130926/13
Manuka 265Hebridean20/03/130918/13
Milifiach FoyersHebridean20/04/100112/10
Milifiach FofarHebridean20/04/100111/10
Slatehouse AclareHebridean18/03/150027/15
Slatehouse ArdrahHebridean18/03/150028/15
Slatehouse AyleHebridean20/03/150029/15
Slatehouse AhenaHebridean20/03/150030/15
Slatehouse AcanthaHebridean24/03/150031/15
Slatehouse BallynessHebridean19/03/160040/16
Slatehouse BallyclareHebridean19/03/160041/16
Slatehouse BallykissHebridean22/03/160042/16
Slatehouse BallymenaHebridean29/03/160043/16
Slatehouse BallykeelHebridean10/04/160044/16
Slatehouse BallyduffHebridean11/04/160045/16

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5 days ago

Pleased to see me and the bucket of ewe nuts

1 week ago

Back to work today after a few days off, office is cold so warming up.

1 week ago

Looks like it will be a long night, sow in early stages of labour, built herself a nest, milk is coming in, lots of grunting and tummy movement.

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