We raise Katadhin sheep, and are currently running 380 ewes. People buy our lambs for many reasons: feeder lambs (to raise for meat) , pets, starter flocks, and even as ‘lawnmowers’. Ours is a commercial flock, which means our Katahdins do not have pedigrees. We select and cull based on performance including fertiity, twinning, mothering ability, and weight gain on pasture. Our flock is entirely grass-fed, except for 4-6 weeks of grain for the ewes in late pregnancy.