|The Hair Sheep of Underwood Farms
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|Here are photos of each of my lambs from the second half of one of my breeding seasons.
The point that this best illustrates is the importance of breeding stock that consistently produces loud
pinto stock. Any one can occasionally get a nice colored lamb, but it may not be consistently
repeatable. It takes many years of breeding to concentrate the color genes and cull out the common
solid color ones. The ultimate goal is to have sheep that will only produce loud pattern painted desert
lambs with no solids. My line now does this.