2018 Sires


 
    
Baglien 16760    Bull of Jackson Creek
Click Here To View Extended Pedigree
We believe Baglien 16760, 'Bull', to be among the thickest, heaviest-boned, and most structurally correct Suffolk rams in the U.S. today. Of exclusively American breeding, he is a linebred descendant of our great long-time stud, Slack 8222 'Dreadnought.' Bull represents the fullest expression yet of our objectives in producing heavily-muscled, commercially-valuable Suffolk sheep. His first lamb crop has fully justified our expectations, predictably passing on his traits to his offspring.
 

 
Kimm 14015
Click Here To View Extended Pedigree
We were very pleased to acquire 14015 from Bob Kimm late in the season, as part of Bob's flock reduction. 14015 was easily our favorite in the Kimm stud battery, and Bob retains both a son and a maternal brother. This sire offers great top thickness (REA at 135# just under 4 sq. inches), superior growth (106# at 60 days of age), clean lines, and correctness. Due to his late arrival in Oregon, he was used chiefly on ewe lambs and for cleanup.
 

 
    
Slack 4202
Click Here To View Extended Pedigree
We acquired Slack 4202 for his outstanding hindquarters - tremendous length was a bonus. He is a well-balanced ram, combining thickness, structure, and profile. Neat and clean through the chest floor while deep in his rear flank, he is square in his rack and massive through the leg and stifle. 4202 sires on these characteristics in his lambs.
 

 

928 NW Camellia Drive Corvallis, OR 97330 541.753.4812   ThickSheep@gmail.com  Club Lamb Page Breeding Sheep Page
website designed & maintained by
EDJE Technologies