Katahdin Sheep
Katahdin sheep were developed in Abbot,  Maine less that 20 miles
from our farm.  Katahdins are a meat breed that has hair instead of wool,
a real plus for us since they shed and no shearing is necessary.
Most Katahdins produce twins, sometimes triplets,
so you may achieve 200% lamb production per year.  

We  maintain the sheep on pasture & hay, and partipated in the USDA Scrapie Eradication program.

Contact us for purchase information or for info on
us raising a locker lamb for you.


2019 - We have a bumper crop of quality breeding stock ewe lambs
$ 300 each or flock starter pricing available.


widdershins@myfairpoint.net   or 207-564-7926

For more information on Katahdin sheep go to
www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/sheep/katahdin