Here are the steps to reserve and purchase Lamgo sheep:
Click the link here --> Lamb Readiness Questionnaire to complete the questionniare. When we receive your submission, if it appears we have a good match, we'll ask for a deposit to secure your lambs.
Please note that if we are unable to provide any portion of your request, we will either refund the deposit or apply that amount to the cost of the lamb(s) we are able to provide.
Note: If you just decide not to take the lambs you have reserved, you forfeit your deposit.
While we can appreciate that some people want to be placed on waitlists for lambs, we like to be honest and upfront that we haven't placed lambs to anyone without a deposit. Most, if not all of our expected lambs each year, are reserved by January for the coming Spring.
Why? Simply put, it's because they never have their sex hormones activated. That means they stay quieter and friendlier - like little "Peter Pans" for life. They don't fuss at each other and generally live a more peaceful life.
It's not unheard of for ewes to knock heads in frustration over not having been bred. Even when they are bred, you'll still see head-butting and them working out little "snits" they get into. Just because we think an idyllic, sweet little lamb is female, the reality is that this is not the case.
Wethers are the unsung heros of a flock. They serve as companions to rams when they are off breeding season, as well as stall mates for ill or injured sheep. They are also very valuable as "leaders" for new lambs with no substantial flock.
If purchasing two ewes with a ram, $750 each (max 2 ewes)
Perfect choice for pets and companions to other sheep as they keep their lamb-like personality for life.
All lambs will be registered with the appropriate registry. We do not sell unregistered stock.
Plain White or Black (some with minimal spots). Sometimes with caramel ear tips. Will likely produce spotted offspring.
Highly Spotted with partial or full blue eyes
Plain White or Black (some with minimal spots)
Plain White or Black (some with minimal spots). Will likely produce spotted offspring.
Highly spotted or medium density spots
Spotted with full or partial blue eyes
All lambs will be registered with the Harlequin Sheep Society & Registry. We do not sell unregistered stock.
Lamgo Farms has been in business for over 20 years. During this time we have developed practices to ensure our animals including lambs and adult sheep only go to homes that in our estimation are ready to take on the responsibility to properly care for the sheep for its entire natural life. This is the reason for completing our "Lamb Readiness Questionnaire".
We expect all of our customers to transfer the sheep into the names by joining the appropriate registry as soon as you take possession of them. If you plan to breed, you agree to properly register all offspring whether you retain the stock or sell the sheep at a later date. This isn't a business about money, it's about staying true to breed standards ensuring our breed(s) will continue to flourish through proper registration and tracking.
Lamgo Sheep guarantees sheep are healthy at pickup/delivery. A fecal test must be done at 2 weeks and if needed treated as directed by your veterinarian.
Should any other health issues arise within two weeks of taking possession that result in the death of the animal, you will be required to provide all veterinary records including necropsy results in order to receive a replacement.
If at pickup, sheep from our farm are transported with animals from another farm, their health is guaranteed only to the time of pickup. There are several zoonotic diseases that can affect sheep, and along with the stress of moving, we cannot guarantee their health once you or your agent assume responsibility for them.
Lamgo Sheep reserves the right to refuse to sell sheep to anyone for any reason.