Livestock 

 We also raise beef cows, rabbits, and goats.

Bria is a Grey Badger ewe. Her fleece is very soft but felts very easily. She has brown, black and white piebald in her background. She is a triplet who as produced 3-4-3-4-1-(4)record.

This Lamb is a cross between a cotswold and a clun forest. She is the youngest and is larger than all of my lambs this year already. I'm guessing at 4 weeks she weighs around 50 lbs! I almost decided to keep this ewe lamb based on that but really would like to see her add to a meat flock as a brood ewe.

This Lamb is a cross between a cotswold and a clun forest. She is the youngest and is larger than all of my lambs this year already. I'm guessing at 4 weeks she weighs around 50 lbs! I almost decided to keep this ewe lamb based on that but really would like to see her add to a meat flock as a brood ewe.

This Lamb is a cross between a cotswold and a clun forest. She is the youngest and is larger than all of my lambs this year already. I'm guessing at 4 weeks she weighs around 50 lbs! I almost decided to keep this ewe lamb based on that but really would like to see her add to a meat flock as a brood ewe.

This Lamb is a cross between a cotswold and a clun forest. She is the youngest and is larger than all of my lambs this year already. I'm guessing at 4 weeks she weighs around 50 lbs! I almost decided to keep this ewe lamb based on that but really would like to see her add to a meat flock as a brood ewe.

Contact :

Meaghan Audet (Page)

(603) 312-7128 

meaghansanimals@gmail.com

191 Newton Rd, Brandon VT 05733

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briasface

Brias 2020 photo. She wanted to show everyone her cute face!