We were so thrilled to see New Forest Eden, now owned by the amazing Valais Blacknose Sheep Snowdonia, do so well at the fantastic annual Valais Blacknose Sheep Society Blacknose Beauties show last weekend... Eden came 5th in her class of 18 shearling ewes, dropping only one point off scoring the coveted maximum points.We take so much pleasure seeing our sheep go on to thrive and do so well with their new owners - and none are more deserving of their success than Snowdonia. Huge congrats again guys on all your success at the show! 👏👏🏆
Our flock came up trumps again at the New Forest Show in July 2019, winning a serious of prizes across multiple mixed breed classes: Our ewe lamb "New Forest Gabby" took 5th place in her large ewe lamb class, "New Forest Francis" took 5th place in two classes: Longwool Wool on the Hoof and the Shearling Ram class. Finally, our Group of Three won 3rd place in another large mixed breed class. We were delighted with these results - the breed is so rare and we're still the only Valais Blacknose sheep entered into this Show so it's always great to win recognition of the quality of our stock, particularly when you're up against popular native meat breeds (often the polar...
Our Winter 2017 New Forest Valais Blacknose Newsletter is out! This edition is full of news of Valais Blacknose enjoying the snow we've had, our extraordinary Winter lambing, our new original Swiss style sheep show collars, Valais Blacknose lambs for sale, and much more! Request your copy of our newsletter by mailing us.
Our Autumn 2017 New Forest Valais Blacknose Newsletter is out! This edition is full of news of Valais Blacknose world domination, as lambs are born in New Zealand and sperm can now be exported to America; we show a novel new use for wool, and much more! Request your copy of our newsletter by mailing us.
We are absolutely delighted to be featured with some of our Valais Blacknose lambs in the December edition of the NFU Countryside magazine, out this month! The article outlines some of the unusual characteristics of this rare and special breed, as well as the efforts we go to in order to champion the breed and ensure the bloodlines are not crossed too closely to ensure the health of the breed. You can read your copy of the magazine online here.