VBN0339 9th February 2015
Sire: VBN0190 Dam: VBN0304
Uschi is one of our foundation ewes and the one who truely won us over. She is the matriarch of the flock and where she goes, everyone else follows. The first to hear the bucket of nuts or to lead the great escape!
She producing amazing quality lambs each year, always with perfect markings, a wonderful fleece and that 'look at me' stance. She even produced twin lambs in spring 2020
VBN0404 8th October 2014
Sire: VBN0001 Dam: VBN0015
Lily was one of our original two ewes who began the passion of the Valais Blacknose sheep. She is everything you would want in a Valais with the most wonderful, docile affectionate temperament.
Unfortunately Lily has not produced a lamb in her lifetime and we believe her to be infertile. She will remain with us forever with the very important role of companion to the weanlings and any sheep we have to seperate.
VBN0245 2nd October 2013
Sire: 1523.0770.NT Dam: 1523.0808.NT
Una is an original swiss import ewe and is a truly gentle lady. She broke her horn as a youngster making her very distingushable from the other ewes.
She is a fabulous mother and has produced some lovely lambs,
VBN0873 5th December 2015
Sire: VBN0269 Dam: VBN0335
Dancer is our only ET ewe. We spent a lot of time ensuring her host mother was as friendly and tame as the other Valais to avoid the lambs loosing their natural docile and inquisitive nature.
Dancer has the most wonderful temperament and is always the first to demand cuddles (or a massage when the physio is here!)
VBN2718 12th June 2019
Sire: VBN0444 Dam: 0245
Gloria is our first homebred ewe lamb that we have kept. She knocked her horn off when she was very young and consequently has one horn slightly smaller than the other. She has the most amazing wool texture
She is due to have her first lamb in December 2020 and we cannot wait to see what she produces!
VBN0477 5th December 2015
Sire: VBN0103 Dam: VBN0440
Diva joined us in 2019 from a flock in Wales. She is our largest ewe and produced a stunning strong ram lamb who has since found a new home in the north of Scotland. She is slightly more nervous than our other ewes but we are certain she will become friendlier the longer we have her.
We look forward to her lambs this winter