Ram Heritage

Augustus Meatmaker, purchased from Mark Dennis from Louisiana was an outstanding stud ram.    His offspring are exactly what you are looking for in lambs:  big boned and a lot of muscle.  Their fast growth and overall size stands out.  He was our most requested sire for ewe lambs and ram lambs.    To the right is one his offspring is pictured.  He was sold before our move to Texas, unfortunately we learned the big guy has since died.

Augustus Meatmaker papers

COR Big Country a spring triplet ram was our newest addition to our breeding program.  He was a good ram but we have downsized to the point that we just do not have enough sheep to have a ram full time.

TMD 1851 Iroquois, was young ram purchased from Tom and Maria Dosch.  He was purchased a year before we moved so we were unable to see his full potential.

SBR Gladiator, this young ram was purchased from Jenny Smith in Texas.  The son of Goliath and a COR ram, he was a great ram.  He is currently working in Kansas.

Former Stud ram

ABT Southern Survivor, out of Southern Pride.  This ram was a diamond in the rough, purchased as a cover ram, he surpassed our expectations.  We used him a for about a year then he was sold and put to work in Kentucky.

ABT Titus Prime Meat out of Southern Meat and the grandson of Deepsouthmeatmaker.  He was a massive ram over 300 lbs, he was able to maintain his weight on pasture.  Not the smartest ram but he was very gentle, which is important for a ram his size.  He also was sold and put to work in Kentucky.  We heard that unfortunately, he also has passed away.