Sheep
BABYDOLL Southdown sheep are known for their docile dispositions. For this reason, they are often kept as pets, but they are also
used in a variety of ways such as grass mowers and weed eaters in vineyards and orchards and 4H projects. They are small in stature
and are easy to handle. Their small size and efficient metabolism requires less acreage per animal compared to other breeds of sheep.
Thus, they are referred to as being "easy keepers." They are excellent mothers and are known for having multiple births. The
BABYDOLL Southdown is known for its abundant carcass (relative to its size) and flavorful meat and is crossbred with lighter weight
breeds of sheep to produce lambs of higher quality for market. They are also prized for their wool.

All measurements are at the highest point of the middle of the shoulder and perpendicular to the ground on a shorn sheep. Adult sheep
should be between 18-24" tall. Most BABYDOLL ewes fall into the 20-23" range and most rams into the 22-24" range. Sheep 17-18" or
24-26" are discriminated against, but can be useful in a well thought out breeding program. A sheep shorter than 17" or taller than 26"
will be disqualified. These sheep may not be registered or shown as a BABYDOLL Southdown.
We were blessed to be able to acquire
a ram from
1818 farms in Alabama.
Check them out! Lots of great products.
We are excited to start our
babydoll breeding program.
As time allows we will add to
our herd.
Market Lambs
Our oldest daughter, Ashley has decided to start
showing lambs so that is what we did. These lambs
are raised for their market weight.

Ashley is slowing starting her own herd. Her goal is
to one day provide lambs for other 4-Hers and FFA
members.
Babydoll Sheep