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Photo posted on: 23rd May, 2018

Hebridean Sheep Society shared Lavinton Lamb from Lincolnshire's post.

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Status updated: 22nd May, 2018

Flock Dispersal - Earlyvale Hebrideans Unfortunately, it is fast approaching the time where all animals must be sold due to me going to university. There is a large selection of quality animals ranging from plenty of bloodlines and looks. More information on any animals can easily be provided and you are more than welcome to come and view them first. Photos can be sent on request I can put together several started flock which would be a prime opportunity for somebody looking to purchase high-quality animals from a wide array of lines. All animals treated as individuals so if sold will have "SOLD" next to them. Peeblesshire Scotland EWES AND LAMBS (2018): - Bryland Deas Seguir Ewe Lamb (63) - SOLD Ewe Lamb (64) - SOLD - Ardoch Emma - SOLD Ewe Lamb (61) - SOLD - Skipwith Toothwort - SOLD Tup lamb (60) - SOLD - Escrick Park Lace - SOLD Ewe Lamb (66) - SOLD - Escrick Park Lila - SOLD - Brightside Tay Tup Lamb (56) Ewe Lamb (57) - SOLD - Sycamore Ggytha - SOLD Tup Lamb (62) - SOLD - Sycamore Hhelath-wen Tup Lamb (65) - Ealryvale Addie Tup Lamb (58) Ewe Lamb (59) - SOLD SHEARLING EWES Skipwith Vetch 6 Homebred Shearling ewes that are all suitable for registration and will be done so soon. TUPS (Mature) Bryland Granite - SOLD 2016 reserve male champion royal highland and great Yorkshire show Ronasvoe MacCann 2016 male champion great Yorkshire show Sycamore Idrigill - SOLD TUPS (Shearling) Inroad Foxtrot 2017 Male champion great Yorkshire 7 Homebred tups due to be registered, all are intact and meet the requirements for registration however some are better animals than others. cheers Thomas Rogerson

Photo posted on: 19th May, 2018

HSS stand at the Royal Welsh spring festival wins the prize for best breed society display! Well done to all concerned

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Status updated: 16th May, 2018

Pedigree Registered Hebridean Sheep for sale. Would be ideal starter flock. Includes 10 ewes with 12 lambs at foot; 1xewe, 3xgimmers, 2x1yr old tups and 1x2yr old ram (Whinstone Barra). All are registered/birth notified 2 horn Hebrideans (2018 lambs awaiting registration confirmation). Will come to bucket. Located in Perthshire, would consider travelling to meet buyer.

Status updated: 16th May, 2018

Royal county of Berkshire show schedule is now online

Photo posted on: 15th May, 2018

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Status updated: 5th May, 2018

Hello everyone. We are considering starting a flock of either Hebrideans or Soays, and I wanted to ask: is it true that Hebrideans moult naturally? I know Soays and Borerays do. Thank you in advance.

Status updated: 1st May, 2018

wondered if there is anyone in Hertfordshire who has Ram lamb for sale please not worried about pedigree as i cross with my Jacobs

Photo posted on: 30th Apr, 2018

12 x hebs not lambed this year as used for dog training ....... pedigree, good bloodlines including Skipwith and Ronasvoe, ex Fowlescombe flock £65 guide price Based in bude Cornwall Transport can be arranged at purchaser cost lorry leave very Wednesday Exeter to Longtown can stop anywhere in between on .m5.m6.m1 route. Approx cost £3-£5 per head. Other locations for delivery can be made on request . Daniel 07958540788

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Status updated: 29th Apr, 2018

York spring sale 2018. Hebridean ewes, middle aged with twins at foot £50 & £48. Shearling ewes, 68,72 & 82 Ram, quite middle aged with good mouth £48.

Photo posted on: 18th Apr, 2018

Spring and six lambs from five ewes, not a bad result.

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Status updated: 18th Apr, 2018

I'm not a member, and for that I apologise, but 20+ years ago I had the dubious distinction of probably keeping the largest flock of Hebridean sheep - extant, …. and I learned two things; Firstly that four-horned sheep are freaks and only produce more freaks which can never promote the breed …. and …. Secondly that the Heb ewe, when put to a Texel tup produces ewe lambs which when put back to a Texel, produce lambs which will surpass many of the traditional commercials.

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