Black Welsh Mountain Sheep

2024 lambs available in June

Black Welsh Mountain Sheep were first imported to the US in 1972 by Thomas Wyman of Easton, Maryland. While the breed has been promoted as an exotic sheep in North America its qualities make the breed a natural choice for sustainable sheep producers.  Black Welsh Mountain Sheep are a well-kept secret in the sheep industry and among sheep producers.

Black Welsh Mountain Sheep were traditionally raised in the Welsh mountains and selected for their hardiness on marginal pasture and excellent foraging ability.   The ewes generally have single or twin births and are excellent mothers with very little need to intervene during birthing or nursing.  Due to the sheeps’ smaller size it is recommended to wait until they are yearlings to breed.

Delilah (2021) and her daughter triplet lambs are available as a group for $600.  They are crossbred black sheep x Black Welsh mountain. 

UNREGISTERED Black Welsh mountain rams available wethered or intact $2.75/#

REGISTERED Black Welsh Mountain Ram lambs $350

REGISTERED Black Welsh Mountain Ewe Lambs $425

* All sheep that are purchased for pasture pets, breeding, or farming purposes need to be kept in a group of 3 or more for the well being of the sheep.  They are herd animals and are stressed when not kept in a group.

**Registration is included with the purchase of all registered Black Welsh Mountain Sheep


Lamb and Mutton cuts from the Black
Welsh Mountain Sheep are considered premium cuts in the British Market.
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