Raising Suffolks since 1950

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The flock was established in 1950 with two ewe lambs from the oldest and most well known flock in the nation - that being Green Valley, Fred and Marion Coble. Our flock now consists of 35 foundation ewes that are selected for milkability, longevity, mothering, records, pedigrees and soundness.

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Lost River Livestock - Sale Sheep

 

Due to only five ewes lambing the last week of January
I found it impossible to pick out ram lambs born
after that.

 

Have a terrific set of February ram lambs to pick from out of
"Sho Me Lad" and "California Chrome"


CALL 208-541-3405  OR email  lostriverdm@yahoo.com 
for information on ram lambs


2017 SALE ENTRY PICTURES. 

We have an outstanding set of ewe and ram lambs going to Sedalia, MO.

 


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Lot # 1003  January Ewe Lamb Class
Lost River 17-1082 RR   Born 1/30/17 Triplet

 

Sire:  "Sho Me Lad" Tom Burke out of "Trip-Bute" 2012 National Grand Champion Ram
          Dam:  Lost River 13-940 who's sire is "Torpedo"
This ewe lamb will not only be the youngest in the class but she is long, up on those toesstraight top, with a good hip. Show her and then she will be one of your best producers later.
          

 

   

Lot # 1005   February Ewe Lamb
Lost River 17-1090 RR  Born 2/4/17  Twin


Sire:  "California Chrome" Jacobsen  who sired my 2016 National Jr Champion Ram
Dam:  Lost River 13-861 her sire is "Torpedo"

   

Lot # 1004
Lost River 17-1094 RR  Born 2/6/17 Twin


     Sire: "California Chrome" Jacobsen
     Dam:  Lost River 14-948
Sold twin stud ram going to WA. Mother to this ewe lamb is in my top ten brood ewes.  A great milking family.

   

Lot #1007 February Ewe Lamb
Lost River 17-2017 RR  Born 2/20  Triplet

Sire:  "Sho Me Lad" Tom Burke

Dam:  Lost River 14-924 by "Torpedo"
Don't miss this ewe lamb, she is one of the youngest in the class. She is green, but watch her take off and be one of your biggest ewes.Straight over the top, good bone just a complete ewe lamb.Was going to keep her but I kept ten ewe lambs out of "Sho Me Lad" already.She has a dark spot on right hip, pink skinned other wise

   

Lot # 1008
Lost River 17-2006 RR  Born 2/16/17 Twin

 
     Sire: "California Chrome"  Jacobsen
     Dam: Lost River 14-947 (twin to dam of Lot 1004)
You want thickness, easy fleshing and a ewe that can be shown then go in to your flock, milk to raise her lambs then this ewe is the one.Remember they may not split the early born February ewe lambs from the lateFebruary ewe lambs putting them all in one class.

   

 

Lost River 16-1025RR Born 1-13-16

  Sire: "California Chrome" Jacobsen
  Dam:  Lost River 10-731

Sire of 16-1025 is "California Chrome" Jacobsen by a twin to the National Grand Champion Ramfor Quam Suffolk's called "Northern Connection". Dam sire is "Whispering Horse" Lost River'sfull brother to "HowHI" that was National Grand Champion as a lamb for Chris MacCauley at theNational Suffolk Junior Show. "HowHI" sired a lot of winners for MacCauley's. 

2016 National Suffolk Show and Sale JUNIOR CHAMPION RAM.

 

Contact me for more information as to pedigree, weights, measurements and price.

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"SHOW ME LAD" Skartvedt
Our new stud ram is 440 pounds and 44 X 44