We’re located in Molalla, Oregon in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Our farm is a century old now, being built in 1917 although the original barn & outbuildings were built in the 1890’s. It used to be a draft horse stud farm and a stage stop on an old wagon road from Oregon City to Silverton.
Our family (Mautz) bought the homestead in 1937 and added on to the house, making it a 2 story, 4 bedroom home with an indoor bathroom!!
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Lambing season has been successful in that we only lost one lamb and no ewes, but on the other hand, I’m unable to fill orders for St Croix ewe lambs! The flock decided to give me predominantly ram lambs this year! We were able to get several ewe lambs in the Katahdin flock so many will be kept as replacement ewes (or be evaluated for the job over the summer anyway). We’re watching the ram lambs to see who will be breeding stock quality or market lambs. Already the Registered Katahdin ram lambs will be spoken for but we may have some Commercial Katahdin and Registered St Croix ram lambs in May. The preliminary evaluations have been done and are reflected on the breed pages linked above. If you are interested in some rams, please let me know by sending a message to the email listed in the Contact section!

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They’re Amost Gone!

Still available, then no more meat lambs or breeding stock until 2022!: 2 purebred St Croix wethers in the 45-50lb range, $100 each. 1 crossbred (mostly Katahdin) wether 40-45lb range, $95. 1 crossbred (mostly Katahdin) wether 55-60lb range, $135 (SALE PENDING) 1 Commercial Katahdin ewe, 5 years old, $200. Follow our blog!

Looking Ahead with Sheep

We had considered leaving or removing certain crossbred ewes in the Katahdin flock for upgrading. They had St Croix and/or miniscule amounts of Barbados and Black Hawaiian in their backgrounds. Many registered Katahdin breeders won’t touch anything with Barbados in it with a 500ft pole. These ewes with backgrounds like this are still in the… Continue reading Looking Ahead with Sheep