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Canadian Arcott Sheep

In the late ‘90s when I decided I wanted to raise sheep, I did a lot of research into the various breeds available, and had a handful of different breeds in mind when I began my search for breeding stock. When I found Canadian Arcotts not far from where I was living at the time, I checked them out because they had made my short list. This was how I met Thresa Schreiner of Barthel, SK, a breeder who had been raising Canadian Arcotts since they were originally released to producers from the Animal Research Centre in Ottawa. She was a tremendous source of knowledge, help, and advice, and the commercial flock of Canadian Arcotts that I had right up until July 2013 was entirely descended from the 15 ewe lambs I bought from her in 1999.

The popularity of this breed is steadily increasing, and it is safe to say the Canadian Arcott is here to stay. There are more purebred flocks starting up, and as always, several commercial flocks use Canadian Arcott rams to improve the muscling and speed up the growth and finish on their crossbred lambs. As well, the versatility of the finish on this breed means a Canadian Arcott lamb can be slaughtered at 90 pounds, at 100 pounds, at 110 pounds, all the way up to 125-130 pounds, before it becomes over-finished. 

The major stumbling block with this breed has been the fact that it was mis-marketed as a "terminal sire" breed (see description below), which implies that the producer ships everything and does not keep any daughters as replacements. This is unfortunate, and it is incorrect. Canadian Arcott ewes are everything you could ask for, if muscling, growth, and finish are your top priorities. If you want a prolific breed, the Canadian will not do that for you, rather their lambing percentage is around 180%.

Unfortunately, Canadian Arcotts often get lumped with Rideau Arcotts. Rideau Arcotts are great in cross-breeding programs, and they are stupendous producers for people who can handle prolific breeds, but they are not for everyone. Rest assured that the Canadian Arcott is NOT the same thing as a Rideau! The Canadians have faster growth, faster finish, better muscling, and a lower lambing percentage; the ewes are still very maternal and great milkers, but they do not produce the quads and quints that the Rideau is known for.

The final product known as the CANADIAN ARCOTT that bred true and was released to producers from the Animal Research Centre in Ottawa was comprised of:

37% Suffolk

28% Ile de France

14% Leicester

7% North Country Cheviot

6% Romnelet

Remaining 8% - Shropshire, Lincoln, Southdown, Dorset, East Friesian, Finnsheep, Corriedale.

Compare that to the Rideau:

40% Finnish Landrace

20% Suffolk

14% East Friesian

9% Shropshire

8% Horned Dorset

Remaining 9%- Border Leicester, North Country Cheviot, Romnelet, Corriedale.

With the amount of Finnish Landrace and East Friesian in the Rideau, you can see why it is a prolific breed, with a lighter-boned frame and less muscle. The Canadian at 37% Suffolk and 28% IDF is NOT the same thing. Make sure you know what you are looking for, and more importantly, make sure you know what you are getting!

 If someone tells you a sheep is "an Arcott", don't be afraid to ask what kind of Arcott, and don't make assumptions. Always ask! 

There was a movement in the works to allow grading up in the Canadian Arcott breed, something we have always felt was wholly unnecessary. However, as of March 23, 2019, after the ballots were counted, it was announced at the 2019 CSBA Annual General Meeting that the motion to allow grading up in Canadian Arcotts was defeated. 

Here at Coyote Acres Ranch, Sheep Trax means purebred, and it always will. There are a lot of Canadian Arcott females being sold as commercials, without papers (something I have not yet done); as long as there are large numbers of ewe lambs being sold without papers, it cannot be argued that grading up is necessary to increase the genetic diversity of the breed, and even if we could control what ewes were used in a grading up program and they were all commercial Canadians, they would still all be related to existing flocks. Enough said on that subject.

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*Excellent muscling with excellent mothering*

*Fast growth*

*Early finish without over-finish at heavier weights*

History and breed facts: 

“The Canadian Arcott is one of the three Arcott breeds developed at the federal government research station in Ottawa between 1970 and 1985 and released to Canadian farms in the late 1980's. Canadian Arcotts were the result of a crossbreeding program that included Ile de France and Suffolk, producing a new breed with strong meat characteristics. It is a medium sized sheep, short and thick. The lambs are fast growing, meaty animals that finish well for either the light or heavy lamb market. They produce an excellent carcass with good meat to bone ratio. The ewes are easy lambers and require low to medium maintenance. They adapt well to either pasture or confinement management. The rams make excellent terminal sires to improve meat characteristics on many other breeds.”

 

What a STUPENDOUS 2019 Classic we had! Canadian Arcotts had a huge class and a phenomenal sale, particularly the rams! Sheep Trax rams were the #1, #2, and #4 high-selling Canadian Arcott rams, which had an almost unbelievable average of $1152! Canadian Arcott rams from Sheep Trax and from the Braebank flock in Saskatchewan sold for $1700 to $2000 at the Classic, which has set a new record, and shows how this breed has gained respect in the 30 years since its release. New sales in Alberta are including them, and existing sales are adding them. 

Next lambs hit the ground in late September 2020, then December 2020 through February 2021.

Canadian Arcott Sheep
Gimme some room!
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Young ewe with her twins.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Check out those ears!
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Canadian Arcotts at the 2013 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Canadian Arcott ewe, 2013 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Canadian Arcott ram, 2013 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Pen of 2 Market Lambs, Grand Champion Market Lamb (in front), 2013 Millarville Fair.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Bitsy 84B. This one's a keeper!
Canadian Arcott Sheep
2014 Priddis & Millarville Fair Grand Champion Market Lamb.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Priddis & Millarville Fair 2014 Champion Pen of Two Market Lambs.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Lambs are hitting the ground in 2015. Twin girls with yearling mom.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
2014 All Canada Classic Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
2014 All Canada Classic Reserve Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
2014 All Canada Classic Champion Canadian Arcott Ram.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
2014 All Canada Classic Reserve Champion Canadian Arcott Ram.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Grand Champion Market Lamb, 2015 Classic- Sheep Trax Cinnamon 490C. Photo credit- Randy Eros.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Pen of 2 Market Lambs, 2016 Millarville Fair.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe, 2016 All Canada Classic, Sheep Trax Ciara 544C.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Canadian Arcott Ram, 2016 All Canada Classic, Sheep Trax Cavalier 548C.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Butch 57B, Champion Canadian Arcott Ram, 2015 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Cinnamon 490C, Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe, 2015 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Reserve Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe, 2017 All Canada Classic
Canadian Arcott Sheep
First Place Junior Ram Lamb and Reserve Champion Canadian Arcott Ram, 2017 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Pen of Two Market Lambs, 2017 Millarville Fair.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
144E was the Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe at the 2018 Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
154E was the Champion Canadian Arcott Ram at the 2018 Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Champion Pen of 2 Market Lambs, 2018 Priddis & Millarville Fair.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Felix 260F, Grand Champion Ram at the 2019 Priddis & Millarville Fair.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Edison 149E, Reserve Champion Canadian Arcott Ram, 2019 All Canada Classic.
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Elsa 143E, Reserve Champion Canadian Arcott Ewe, 2019 All Canada Classic
Canadian Arcott Sheep
Sheep Trax Falcon 926F, high-selling Cdn Arcott ram, 2019 All Canada Classic

AI Sires

   
AI Sires
 
AI Sires
Polycott 551Y
AI Sires
 
AI Sires
Canadian Arc 559X
AI Sires
 
AI Sires
 

 In mid-January of 2019 the first batch of AI-sired Canadian Arcott lambs hit the ground (softly). In 2019 we once again AI'd to these old rams. All of the AI-sired ewe lambs are staying here and the rams are all sold.

 What an incredible opportunity this has been to take the breed right back to the beginning! The lamb pictured is a son of Sheep Trax 258D and Polycott 551Y. He shows exactly what I was looking for from these sires- excellent length, good bone, and that topline! Topline can be an issue in this breed, with so many breeders pushing for ribeye muscle depth and selecting based strictly on Genovis numbers, and these early animals are showing the capability to keep that topline straight. We are also carefully checking feet. So far these lambs are looking great!

Now we proceed with the legacy of these two rams, breeding their sons and daughters, grandsons and granddaughters. It is very gratifying to see a foundation ram and a first-generation ram making their mark 30+ years later. It is also really interesting to note that in those 30+ years we have not really been able to improve on the breed. And I don't think that is a bad thing. It is fairly arrogant to think that we could have done so much to improve them, because this was a phenomenal breed from the start! This opportunity to 'press reset' has been nothing but good and I am excited about the future of Sheep Trax Canadian Arcotts.

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Sheep Trax Pol 960G

Jan. 14, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755562)   Male   
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 960G
 

AI-sired by the 1989 first-generation ram Polycott 551Y, this twin ram lamb, scrapie genotype RR, weighed in at 129 pounds on June 1, 2019. He has a great topline and lots of length and muscle. This ram is the 2019 Polycott 551Y son I have chosen to keep in the flock. 960G was used in 2019 and his 2020 lambs looked great! Nearly all of his daughters have already sold, and three of his daughters sold in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Sale on Aug. 8th; his son Sheep Trax Hercules 95H also sold in the Genetic Impact Sale. This ram is already leaving his mark!

Polycott 551Y Canadian Arc 224W
Canadian Arc 391U
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D Sawyer C 58X
Sawyer C 111T

Sheep Trax Pol 956G

Jan. 14, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755560)   Single   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Pol 956G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 956G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 956G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 956G
 
Sheep Trax Pol 956G
Sheep Trax Pol 956G as a yearling.
Sheep Trax Pol 956G
 

AI- sired by the first-generation ram Polycott 551Y, this ram was slated to go to the 2020 All Canada Classic, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, 956G is being offered in the 2020 Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart. What an opportunity this is, to put rams that were held back for the All Canada Classic in our own sale! This ram goes back to Sawyer C 104W  on his dam's side, with that ewe in the pedigree you can't miss. He is a single, but for AI-sired lambs this is not considered a problem. His scrapie genotype is RRhttps://youtu.be/b6kMpCoXNtg THANK-YOU to South Peace Colony for purchasing the high-selling Canadian Arcott ram at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Polycott 551Y Canadian Arc 224W
Canadian Arc 391U
Sheep Trax Bailey 115B Germanie 4072Y
Sheep Trax Aspen 367A

Sheep Trax Badger 83B

Jan 31 2014   Canadian Arcott   M   
Sheep Trax Badger 83B
Badger 83B on June 19 2014.
Sheep Trax Badger 83B
 
Sheep Trax Badger 83B
 
Sheep Trax Badger 83B
 
Sheep Trax Badger 83B
 

Badger 83B was meant to be a keeper, but ultimately I sold him to the Lennox family in Ontario in 2014. This ram, scrapie genotype QR, is out of the ewe Sawyer C 104W, who seemed to consistently throw the best lambs. Badger packs a lot of bulk into a deceptively compact-looking package.

I always regretted selling this ram, and especially after I lost his mother. In May of 2019, I got Badger back, and he is now back in his birth flock. There will be Badger-sired lambs for sale in 2021, for 2020 it looks as though all the Badger lambs are already sold.

**A Badger son sold in the 2020 Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, Aug. 8, 2020 at Stettler Auction Mart, and it was really hard to let him go! Looking forward to more Badger lambs in September, December, and Jan-Feb of 2021.

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Sheep Trax Canon 941G

Jan. 13, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755554)   Single   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
Sheep Trax Canon 941G as a yearling.
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 941G
 

Single AI-sired ram sired by the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X This is a nice, compact, heavy muscled ram with a very laid-back temperament!  His scrapie genotype is RR, and he is the only RR  of the 2019 559X sons. I  have used this ram and am very happy with his lambs; and because he is RR I am happy to add him to the ram pen!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Calliope 104C Sheep Trax Clovis 470C
Sheep Trax Alice 333A

Sheep Trax Canon 948G

Jan. 13, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755555)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Canon 948G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 948G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 948G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 948G
 

Here is a QR ram who, like his mother and his twin sister, seemed to have growth to spare. His dam is a triplet, and she was a tiny little thing with two overbearing brothers, and she had no interest in the bottle. She grew like no tomorrow, and this ram and his twin are carrying on that trend. If you like a ram with some size, take a look at this guy. I used him last fall, so we have his lambs on the ground, and they look great. AI-sired by Canadian Arc 559X, a return to the roots of the breed. **THANK-YOU to Sunnydale Colony of Perdue, SK, for purchasing this ram! And for purchasing a nice group of ewe lambs as well!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Dancer 119D Sawyer C 58X
Zubot Farms 42X

Sheep Trax Canon 953G

Jan. 14, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755556)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Canon 953G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 953G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 953G
 

QR twin AI-sired by Canadian Arc 559X, this is a long, correct, colorful ram who is sold and off to repeat buyers in Saskatchewan. Laid-back temperament on this fellow, and he comes out of the Sawyer C 104W ewe family. **THANK-YOU to The Bartletts of BB Sheep Farms, Carnduff, SK!!! Your purchase of this phenomenal ram and a group of top ewe lambs is much appreciated!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Electra 8E GAVL 1414C
Sheep Trax Bailey 115B

Sheep Trax Canon 962G

Jan. 15, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755557)   Single   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 962G
 

Another son of Canadian Arc 559X, this guy is a single. The family tree on this guy is full of some of the top animals, going back to the Sawyer C 104W ewe family; also, his maternal grandfather was the sire of the top-selling Canadian Arcott rams at the 2019 All Canada Classic in Humboldt (see 149E and 926F, as well as the ewe 143E, in the photos above the listings). This fellow is a tank! He was slated to be a keeper, and the only reason he is selling is because I have chosen a 2020 half-brother that I cannot part with. One of our main philosophies here is to never sell anything you wouldn't use yourself. So this ram sells in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Sale, Sat. Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart. Very hard to let this one go! https://youtu.be/USnbtB24Qcc THANK-YOU to Carmangay Colony for your purchase of this outstanding ram!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Eclipse 161E Sheep Trax Woody 107C
Sheep Trax Bailey 115B

Sheep Trax Canon 966G

Jan. 15, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755558)   Male   
Sheep Trax Canon 966G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 966G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 966G
 
Sheep Trax Canon 966G
 

QQ single AI-sired son of the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X, this ram does not only go back to the roots of the breed on his sire's side, but he is also chock full of old lines on his mother's side too. This ram is a great example of why it is not a good idea to select solely based on scrapie genotype. The pedigree on this ram dictates that scrapie genotype is irrelevant!   Lots of great Sawyer breeding there, from a ewe family that certainly knows how to grow. Sometimes it is the sheep that make our decisions for us. This ram has begun to rise to the top, and because of his incredibly unique pedigree he has been selected to stay in the flock. I am expecting the first lambs sired by this ram in early January 2021.

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Evita 115E Sheep Trax Woody 107C
Sawyer C 76X

Sheep Trax Forrest 916F

Sept. 12, 2018   Canadian Arcott   (753295)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 
Sheep Trax Forrest 916F
 

Here is a ram full of old lines with a family tree full of great old Sawyer and Zubot/Ivelcote animals. You cannot get this stuff anymore. This ram, scrapie genotype RR, a fall-born single, was going to show and sell in the 2020 All Canada Classic, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I am confident he would have done well in both the show and the sale. I have  sold a half-interest in this ram to someone not far away, and I will eventually bring him home and put him to use!

Sheep Trax Woody 107C Sawyer C 20Z
Zubot Farms 404X
Sheep Trax Equinox 3E Germanie 4072Y
Sheep Trax Aspen 367A

Sheep Trax Gunnar 930G

Jan. 1, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (753818)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Gunnar 930G
 
Sheep Trax Gunnar 930G
 
Sheep Trax Gunnar 930G
 
Sheep Trax Gunnar 930G
 

This yearling ram is deep, thick, and muscled, much like his sire. On his sire's side he goes back to the Germanie 4006Y ram, and his dam is line bred to the Germanie 4072Y ram, and also goes back to the Sawyer C 104W ewe family. This fellow is a single, but his mother had triplets in 2020!  This ram cannot be worse than QR for scrapie resistance, as his sire was RR. 930G may be entered in the 2020 Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart, but this will not be finalized until July 1, so until then I will consider selling him by private treaty. **THANK-YOU to Sunnydale Colony of Perdue, SK, for purchasing this ram! And for purchasing a nice group of ewe lambs as well!

Sheep Trax Dante 270D Sheep Trax Angus 366A
Sheep Trax Briar 393B
Sheep Trax Caprice 103C Sheep Trax Clovis 470C
Sheep Trax Bonnie 47B

Sheep Trax Lucky 13G

Feb. 16, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (756958)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Lucky 13G
 
Sheep Trax Lucky 13G
 
Sheep Trax Lucky 13G
 
Sheep Trax Lucky 13G
 

This ram was born with no less than 5 black spots (which I consider lucky.... why? No reason, it is just random), so when we tagged him and he happened to turn out to be number 13, his name had to be Lucky. He is out of the oldest ewe in the flock (who lambed again in 2020 with another spectacular ram lamb). This ram is compact, correct, and has great bone and excellent legs and feet. Put him to work! Thank-you to repeat buyer Carmangay Colony for taking Lucky 13G home!

Sheep Trax Caesar 534C Napkin Farm 26A
Sawyer C 73R
Germanie 5314Y Germanie 2729U
Germanie 4290T

Sheep Trax Griff 17G

Feb 17, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (755451)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Griff 17G
 
Sheep Trax Griff 17G
 
Sheep Trax Griff 17G
 

Here is another nice, correct ram sired by Sheep Trax Caesar 534C, out of a straight Quebec-bred dam. This guy is a twin, and his twin brother was the high-selling Canadian Arcott ram lamb in the 2019 Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, selling to a breeder in Saskatchewan. This ram, like his twin and like 13G, has that smooth, correct type with great bone and black feet. **THANK-YOU to Sunnydale Colony of Perdue, SK, for purchasing this ram! And for purchasing a nice group of ewe lambs as well!

Sheep Trax Caesar 534C Napkin Farm 26A
Sawyer C 73R
Sheep Trax Aurora 384A Germanie 4006Y
Germanie 5314Y

Sheep Trax George 70G

Sept. 28, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax George 70G
 
Sheep Trax George 70G
 
Sheep Trax George 70G
 

This triplet ram is a meat machine. Highly recommended for market lamb production, he could be used as a terminal sire but don't rule out replacement F1 daughters. Sired by the old Sawyer C 4Z, out of a ewe from Quebec. Thank-you to repeat buyer Carmangay Colony for purchasing George 70G!

Sawyer C 4Z Sawyer C 59T
Sawyer C 77W
GAVL 1441C Germanie 4776Y
Germaine 0836Z

Sheep Trax Gentry 71G

Sept. 28, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Gentry 71G
 
Sheep Trax Gentry 71G
 
Sheep Trax Gentry 71G
 
Sheep Trax Gentry 71G
 

This triplet ram is a meat machine. He will be great for market lamb production, and he could be used as a terminal sire but he is also highly recommended for replacement F1 daughters. Sired by the old Sawyer C 4Z, out of a ewe from Quebec. SOLD! Thanks to Chris Arndt & Stephanie Galliford of Barrhead, AB for the purchase of this ram for your commercial program!

Sawyer C 4Z Sawyer C 59T
Sawyer C 77W
GAVL 1441C Germanie 4776Y
Germaine 0836Z

Sheep Trax Gabriel 74G

Sept. 28, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Gabriel 74G
 
Sheep Trax Gabriel 74G
 
Sheep Trax Gabriel 74G
 

Here is a twin ram out of a triplet ewe, sired by the old Sawyer ram. Thick, deep, and muscled with great bone and nice black feet. Thank-you to repeat buyer Carmangay Colony for purchasing Gabriel 74G!

Sawyer C 4Z Sawyer C 59T
Sawyer C 77W
Sheep Trax Eisha 11E Sheep Trax Chevy 106C
Zubot Farms 86Z

Sheep Trax Gainer 901G

Dec. 17, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (764531)   Twin   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 
Sheep Trax Gainer 901G
 

Twin ram sired by Badger 83B, the ram I bought back from Ontario in 2019. His sister has sold to Saskatchewan, and I think someone will be very happy with this ram. He is the spitting image of his sire, and not only does he come from the Sawyer C 104W ewe family (up very close), he is also a grandson of Angus 366A, another old favorite who was known for incredible lambing ease. This ram's scrapie genotype is QR.

Rest assured we do keep back some of the top sheep for the sale! This ram just keeps getting better. I am so pleased with him; I think he is living proof of why bringing Sheep Trax Badger 83B back home from Ontario was the best idea. This is a December lamb, so he will be more than ready for breeding this summer/fall. Come and check him out at the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, Sat. Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart. https://youtu.be/DtCASEmYg24 THANK-YOU  to South Peace Colony for the purchase of this ram lamb at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Badger 83B Germanie 4072Y
Sawyer C 104W
Sheep Trax 269D Sheep Trax Angus 366A
Germanie 6734A

Sheep Trax Guinness 903G

Dec. 18, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (764533)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 
Sheep Trax Guinness 903G
 

Loaded with Quebec breeding from a flock that is gone now, this ram is a single (but considering the age of his mother, I forgive her). He is of a type consistently thrown by this ewe, and that smooth correctness is made even better with a sire like Badger 83B. Great bone, nice black feet, weighed in at 110 pounds on April 15. Thanks to R LIL Sheep Farm of Picture Butte, AB for purchasing this ram lamb!

Sheep Trax Badger 83B Germanie 4072Y
Sawyer C 104W
Germanie 5314Y Germanie 2729U
Germanie 4290T

Sheep Trax General 905G

Dec. 20, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (764534)   Single   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 
Sheep Trax General 905G
 

This ram is the ultimate tank. Single, so if you are looking for a terminal sire and not too worried about birth number, this guy may work for you. (But I would not restrict him to being a terminal sire; I would not hesitate to keep daughters.) On April 15 he weighed in at 118 pounds. His paternal grandmother was a big ewe from a ewe family that had size and super growth, so this ram should work for fast growth and phenomenal muscling.  Please don't worry that we sell all the good ones early and put the "leftovers" in our sale, this is also one of the best natural-sired rams of the year, and he is scrapie genotype RR as an added bonus! He sells in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart. https://youtu.be/nE_d2a9__24 THANK-YOU to Carmangay Colony for purchasing this ram lamb at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Fortune 188F GAVL 1414C
Sheep Trax Charisma 507C
Sheep Trax Ceyla 102C Sheep Trax Clovis 470C
Germanie 4811Y

Sheep Trax Gus 919G

Dec. 20, 2019   Canadian Arcott   (764536)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 
Sheep Trax Gus 919G
 

Triplet ram out of a sweet little ewe from Quebec. What I love about the dam's extended pedigree is the small shot of Come And Go, the small shot of Polycott, the bigger shot of Romance animals, and especially the Schreiner. You simply cannot get these lines anymore. The little ewe outdid herself with a set of triplets and I only had to supplement one. This ram is a little finer-boned and should make a great lambing ease ram. THANK-YOU to James Milton of Fillmore, SK for purchasing this ram!

Sheep Trax Fortune 188F GAVL 1414C
Sheep Trax Charisma 507C
GAVL 1763D Germanie 2755X
GAVL 9326B

Canadian Ewe Lambs for 2021

  Canadian Arcott   Female    Contact us for pricing
Canadian Ewe Lambs for 2021
 
Canadian Ewe Lambs for 2021
 
Canadian Ewe Lambs for 2021
 

2020 has been a great year already! Except for a small group held back to select from for the Genetic Impact Sale, Canadian Arcott ewe lambs were sold out by May 20.

In 2019 and 2020 I kept a lot of replacements, all but a few  of them AI-sired. Therefore, in 2021, almost all of the Canadian Arcott ewe lambs will be for sale. There will be lambs born in September, December, and January-February. Classic ewes will probably be selected from the September group, Genetic Impact ewe lambs likely from the December group. Other than the odd keeper for pedigree reasons, everything else will be available. If you are looking to purchase registered Canadian Arcott ewe lambs next year, it would not hurt to get in touch now, the sooner the better. Pictures for attention, ewe lambs pictured have been sold!

lorri@coyoteacresranch.com

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Sheep Trax Hugo 70H

Jan. 29, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (766178)   Twin   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Hugo 70H
 
Sheep Trax Hugo 70H
 
Sheep Trax Hugo 70H
 
Sheep Trax Hugo 70H
 

This ram lamb is a twin (his brother has sold to Nova Scotia), with lots of depth and thickness. His scrapie genotype is QR. His sire is one of last year's top AI-sired Canadian Arc 559X sons, who has since sold to a flock in Saskatchewan. A son is the next best thing!  Despite his mother's nervous tendencies, this ram has the most laid-back temperament you could ask for; he is very friendly but there is not a mean bone in his body. Compact, muscled, thick and deep, this ram is ready to breed this fall. SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Sheep Trax Canon 948G Canadian Arc 559X
Sheep Trax Dancer 119D
Sheep Trax Egypt 153E FCLB 43895C
FCLB 49237B

Sheep Trax Hercules 95H

Feb. 7, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (766179)   Single   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 
Sheep Trax Hercules 95H
 

Rest assured that we do keep back some of the best for the sale! This fellow is sired by the AI son of the first-generation ram Polycott 551Y, and his dam is straight Germanie breeding from Quebec (his grandmother 5314Y is still here, still producing, and is the second-oldest sheep in the flock; she is in remarkable condition and to look at her you would never know she is nearly 9 years old). This lamb is a single, who has shown absolutely phenomenal growth, and his scrapie genotype is RR. You are more than welcome to come and check him out Sat. Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart! https://youtu.be/XYPLuMDwo1E THANK-YOU to Jame Milton of Fillmore, SK for purchasing this ram lamb at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D
Sheep Trax Fantasia 224F Germanie 4072Y
Germanie 5314Y

Sheep Trax Hawk 69H

Jan. 29, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Hawk 69H
 
Sheep Trax Hawk 69H
 
Sheep Trax Hawk 69H
 
Sheep Trax Hawk 69H
 

Twin to Hugo 70H, this fellow was a bit of a sleeper, just biding his time before he decided to pop! And with that, he has been spoken for, and if the trucking stars line up right, he will be off to Nova Scotia this summer. THANK-YOU to Al Cousins of Canaan Kings County, Nova Scotia for your purchase of this ram lamb!

Sheep Trax Canon 948G Canadian Arc 559X
Sheep Trax Dancer 119D
Sheep Trax Egypt 153E FCLB 43895C
FCLB 49237B

Sheep Trax Pol 14H

Jn. 4, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male   
Sheep Trax Pol 14H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 14H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 14H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 14H
 

Please excuse the photos! This ram lamb showed off the phenomenal muscling so I took these photos, though overall they are not very flattering. This AI-sired ram is being held back to sell as a yearling in 2021; his full brother sold to Quebec in 2019. If you are looking for outcross, this ram will do that for you, especially if you have not used any Quebec-based lines. This ram is scrapie genotype QR. SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Polycott 551Y Canadian Arc 224W
Canadian Arc 391U
FCLB 43926C Germanie 4045Y
Germanie 3260X

Sheep Trax Pol 15H

Jan. 4, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male   
Sheep Trax Pol 15H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 15H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 15H
 

Here is one I will not be letting go. An AI-sired twin out of a ewe that was not yet one year of age, this ram and his twin sister have the most unique pedigree, having the first-generation ram Polycott 551Y ram as their sire and the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X as their grandsire. In other words, this ram is 3/4 foundation stock! Talk about hitting the reset button!  Going back on his dam's side to the old Sawyer C 76X ewe is an added bonus, so he will really fit the plan. This fellow will stay here and enter the breeding program.

Polycott 551Y Canadian Arc 224W
Canadian Arc 391U
Sheep Trax Candy 958G Canadian Arc 559X
Sheep Trax Eva 116E

Sheep Trax Pol 17H

Jan. 4, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Pol 17H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 17H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 17H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 17H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 17H
 
Sheep Trax Pol 17H
 

Twin ram lamb AI-sired by the Polycott 551Y ram, out of a daughter of the Sawyer C 104W ewe that I wish I had been able to get more daughters (and sons) from. Not a heavy-boned ram, this ram lamb goes back to a real lambing-ease line. We are still waiting on scrapie genotypes, but based on 2019 genotypes, it would seem that the Polycott ram was an RR, and Amy 367A is also an RR, so that bodes well for this guy! Like the 69H ram lamb, if all the trucking planets line up, this ram is going to move to Nova Scotia. THANK-YOU to Bruce Family Farm of Bridgetwon, Nova Scotia for purchasing this ram lamb!

Polycott 551Y Canadian Arc 224W
Canadian Arc 391U
Sheep Trax Amy 367A Germanie 4006Y
Sawyer C 104W

Sheep Trax Canon 23H

Jan. 5, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (766162)   Triplet   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Canon 23H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 23H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 23H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 23H
 

Triplet ram out of a Sawyer C 47T daughter, this son of the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X is for sale and ready to go. AI triplets are a rarity, and maybe this ram can pass that productivity on to his daughters! This ram will sell Sat. Aug. 8, 2020 in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale. Come out to the auction mart or bid online! https://youtu.be/76vlWiTiF50 THANK-YOU to Morinville Colony for your purchase of this ram lamb at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Nikkel RB 48B Sawyer C 47T
Napkin Farm 103X

Sheep Trax Canon 49H

Jan. 7, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Canon 49H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 49H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 49H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 49H
 

Twin ram (who has a stupendously nice sister) sired by the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X, out of a daughter of the old Germanie 5314Y ewe (who is still here and still producing) and a Sawyer C 58X son. This guy is long and smooth and very correct. This ram is scrapie genotype QR. He is available for sale now, or in 2021 as a yearling.  SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Esmee 28E Sheep Trax Damon 117D
Germaine 5314Y

Sheep Trax Canon 36H

Jan. 6, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Canon 36H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 36H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 36H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 36H
 

AI-sired triplets are unexpected, especially in a breed with a lambing percentge of 180%. Dixie 258D outdid herself, carrying three big ram lambs, who ultimately all made the cut! The first one up is 36H. Sired by the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X, out of a granddaughter of both Sawyer C 76X and the old Germanie 4072Y ram, these boys also have old Ivelcote lines in their pedigree. What stands out about these three rams is the muscle and the bone, as well as their phenomenally fast growth. Scrapie genotype QR, this ram is available for sale now or in 2021 as a yearling. SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Dixie 258D Sheep Trax Billy 72B
Sheep Trax Charisma 507C

Sheep Trax Canon 37H

Jan. 6, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Pending Sale
Sheep Trax Canon 37H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 37H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 37H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 37H
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Sheep Trax Canon 37H
 

AI-sired triplets are unexpected, especially in a breed with a lambing percentge of 180%. Dixie 258D outdid herself, carrying three big ram lambs, who ultimately all made the cut! The next one up is 37H. Sired by the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X, out of a granddaughter of both Sawyer C 76X and the old Germanie 4072Y ram, these boys also have old Ivelcote lines in their pedigree. What stands out about these three rams is the muscle and the bone, as well as their phenomenally fast growth. This ram is scrapie genotype RR; he is for sale now but I am not actively trying to sell him because he can be held back to yearling for a potential 2021 All Canada Classic entry. SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Dixie 258D Sheep Trax Billy 72B
Sheep Trax Charisma 507C

Sheep Trax Canon 38H

Jan. 6, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male   
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 
Sheep Trax Canon 38H
 

AI-sired triplets are unexpected, especially in a breed with a lambing percentge of 180%. Dixie 258D outdid herself, carrying three big ram lambs, who ultimately all made the cut! The firnal one up is 38H. Sired by the foundation ram Canadian Arc 559X, out of a granddaughter of both Sawyer C 76X and the old Germanie 4072Y ram, these boys also have old Ivelcote lines in their pedigree. What stands out about these three rams is the muscle and the bone, as well as their phenomenally fast growth. This particular ram, 38H, is looking to be the best of the bunch. And because he is the best of the bunch, he has been selected to keep! One of his brothers is an RR who may go to the 2021 Classic, and this one is just too good to let go!

Canadian Arc 559X Canadian Arc 19W
Canadian Arc 411U
Sheep Trax Dixie 258D Sheep Trax Billy 72B
Sheep Trax Charisma 507C

Sheep Trax Hyacinth 90H

Feb. 6, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (765190)   Twin   Female    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Hyacinth 90H
 
Sheep Trax Hyacinth 90H
 
Sheep Trax Hyacinth 90H
 
Sheep Trax Hyacinth 90H
 

Sired by a son of a foundation ram and out of a great little ewe, this twin ewe lamb will sell in the 2020 Genetic Impact Sale. I turned my back on her for a minute and she grew while I wasn't looking, and this is exactly what this breed is supposed to do! https://youtu.be/R1MEegV7-C4 THANK-YOU to Morinville Colony for purchasing this ewe lamb and her pen-mate at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Canon 948G Canadian Arc 559X
Sheep Trax Dancer 119D
Sheep Trax Catalina 503C Germanie 4072Y
Zubot Farms 425W

Sheep Trax Hellyn 128H

Feb. 17, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (765189)   Twin   Female    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Hellyn 128H
 
Sheep Trax Hellyn 128H
 
Sheep Trax Hellyn 128H
 

This twin-born ewe lamb is sired by a son of a foundation ram, and her dam is a triplet sired by the old Sawyer C 58X ram. On her paper, every animal is either a twin or a triplet, so she clearly comes from productive lines! Come and see her at the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Ram & Ewe Sale, Sat. Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart, or bid online! https://youtu.be/z7UNQaxH4bw THANK-YOU to Morinville Colony for purchasing this ewe lamb and her pen-mate at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Canon 948G Canadian Arc 559X
Sheep Trax Dancer 119D
Sheep Trax Delaney 181D Sawyer C 58X
Napkin Farm 27A

Sheep Trax Harper 136H

March 28, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (765195)   Single   Female    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Harper 136H
 
Sheep Trax Harper 136H
 
Sheep Trax Harper 136H
 
Sheep Trax Harper 136H
 

This is one of those lambs that surprises you. Shorn on June 24, we put her on the scale and discovered that at the age of 88 days she weighed an astonishing 90 pounds! She is a single, so this is maybe not a huge surprise, but she weighed more than I expected her to, which meant I could enter another pair in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Sale! Her sire's pedigree is all old lines from flocks that are gone, and her dam comes from some of the best muscle in the flock. She sells on Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart! https://youtu.be/WXIdnUQbvpM THANK-YOU to Daniel & Pamela Bartlett, BB Farms, of Carnduff, SK for your purchase of this ewe lamb and her pen-mate at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Woody 107C Sawyer C 20Z
Zubot Farms 404X
Sheep Trax Eira 5E FCLB 43895C
Sheep Trax Bonnie 47B

Sheep Trax Holly 100H

Feb. 9, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (765191)   Triplet   Female    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Holly 100H
 
Sheep Trax Holly 100H
Holly 100H on left.
Sheep Trax Holly 100H
 
Sheep Trax Holly 100H
 

February saw a run on Canadian Arcott triplets, and three of them are selling in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Sale this year! First up is Sheep Trax Holly 100H. Her sire is an AI son of a first-generation ram, and her dam is a daughter of Sheep Trax Clovis 470C, one of the "ones that got away", that I never intended to sell but did. This set of triplets was raised entirely by their mother, none of them was supplemented (and I did offer). This ewe will be penned with Harper 136H, and they share a grandmother, Sheep Trax Bonnie 47B, who goes back to Germanie and Zubot breeding. Come see them at Stettler Auction Mart Aug. 8, or bid online! https://youtu.be/bI8VMD434V4 THANK-YOU to Daniel & Pamela Bartlett, BB Farms, of Carnduff, SK for your purchase of this ewe lamb and her pen-mate at the Genetic Impact Sale! Holly was the high-selling Canadian Arcott ewe lamb at the sale!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D
Sheep Trax Caprice 103C Sheep Trax Clovis 470C
Sheep Trax Bonnie 47B

Sheep Trax Hannah 101H

Feb. 9, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (765192)   Triplet   Female    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Hannah 101H
 
Sheep Trax Hannah 101H
 
Sheep Trax Hannah 101H
 
Sheep Trax Hannah 101H
 
Sheep Trax Hannah 101H
 

February saw a run on Canadian Arcott triplets, and three of them are selling in the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Sale this year! This is Sheep Trax Hannah 101H, sister to Holly 100H. Her sire is an AI son of a first-generation ram, and her dam is a daughter of Sheep Trax Clovis 470C, one of the "ones that got away", that I never intended to sell but did. This set of triplets was raised entirely by mother, none of them was supplemented (and I did offer). This ewe will be penned with Henrika 129H, her half-sister (same sire). This lamb is the heaviest of this set of triplets, weighing in at 98 pounds at 136 days of age, which is very good for an unsupplemented triplet. Come and see her Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart, or bid online! https://youtu.be/dKqzOZogfW4 THANK-YOU to Morinville Colony for your purchase of this ewe lamb  at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D
Sheep Trax Caprice 103C Sheep Trax Clovis 470C
Sheep Trax Bonnie 47B

Sheep Trax Henrika 129H

Feb. 18, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (765188)   Triplet   Female    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Henrika 129H
 
Sheep Trax Henrika 129H
129H (brown face) with her pen-mate 101H.
Sheep Trax Henrika 129H
 
Sheep Trax Henrika 129H
 
Sheep Trax Henrika 129H
 

This ewe lamb was born a triplet (raised a twin) to an older ewe that goes back to the Germanie flock in Quebec, another flock that is gone now. Her sire is an AI son of a first-generation ram. This ewe lamb was a bit of a sleeper, until she was shorn and this beauty emerged from her cocoon. Her sister has already sold to Saskatchewan, and now it is her turn, at the 5th Annual Genetic Impact Sale, Sat. Aug. 8 at Stettler Auction Mart. Come and look or bid online! https://youtu.be/xQ6SxFLd6rY THANK-YOU to James Milton of Fillmore, SK for your purchase of this runner-up high-selling Canadian Arcott ewe lamb at the Genetic Impact Sale!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D
Sheep Trax Aurora 384A Germanie 4006Y
Germanie 5314Y

Sheep Trax Hamish 133H

Feb. 22, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Hamish 133H
 
Sheep Trax Hamish 133H
 
Sheep Trax Hamish 133H
 

This is a very thick, heavy muscled twin ram lamb sired by an AI son of Polycott 551Y, out of a dam who is 100% Quebec breeding. SOLD! THANK-YOU to James Milton of Fillmore, SK for purchasing this promising young ram lamb! Because you are a Scotsman, we gave him a good Scottish name!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D
Sheep Trax Elissa 31E Germanie 4072Y
Germanie 6730A

Sheep Trax Highland 132H

Feb. 22, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Twin   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Highland 132H
 
Sheep Trax Highland 132H
 
Sheep Trax Highland 132H
 

This twin ram lamb is sired by an AI son of Polycott 551Y, out of a 100% Quebec-bred ewe. The maternal grandsire, Germanie 4072Y. had a profound impact on the Sheep Trax flock, and his influence is seen all over the place. I still have several of his daughters, and a great old son, Badger 83B. This ram lamb is a bit finer built than his twin brother, and looks to be of a lambing-ease type that would work really well on ewe lambs. Available now, but I am quite happy to hang onto him and sell him as a yearling in 2021. Please note, this young ram lamb is not "passed over," in fact he has rarely even been seen. Younger rams are routinely not shown to prospective buyers, and are given more time.  SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126+D
Sheep Trax Elissa 31E Germanie 4072Y
Germanie 6730A

Sheep Trax Heath 93H

Feb. 7, 2020   Canadian Arcott   (Pending)   Twin   Male    Contact us for pricing
Sheep Trax Heath 93H
 
Sheep Trax Heath 93H
 
Sheep Trax Heath 93H
 
Sheep Trax Heath 93H
 
Sheep Trax Heath 93H
 

Another twin ram lamb out of a Quebec ewe, this lamb is really starting to be a beefcake! Very thick and muscled, much like his dam, he is shaping up to be a great market lamb producer! His sire is scrapie genotype RR, this ram lamb is not genotyped but that can be done upon request. As stated for 132H, this ram is not "passed over", he has simply not been seen. Because I like to have a few yearlings available, some younger ram lambs are simply left to their own devices, and then they are assessed in the summer. This guy made the cut! SOLD- Thank-you to Jay Lennox of Ayton ON for purchasing this ram in your group!

Sheep Trax Pol 960G Polycott 551Y
Sheep Trax Daisy 126D
FCLB 49237B PAGI 53547Z
Germanie 1729U
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