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Emma Juhl of Ulm Pishkun 4-H Club

RAMsey - Hampshire Wether, Market Sheep

  Lot # 17
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Breed/Color: Hampshire
Base Weight: 128
  • Sold Winning Bid: $425.00
  • 8 Bid(s) View Bid History
  • High Bidder: Timeless Seeds Ulm, MT
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Emma Juhl is 18 years old and has been a member of the Ulm Pishkun 4-H club for 8 years. Some hobbies and interests include: Sports, Movies, and Music and other 4-H projects like, Archery.

This year, they are offering for sale, RAMsey, a Hampshire Wether. RAMsey was purchased from Patty's Club Lambs. RAMsey was born on February 1, 2020 with a starting weight of 95, to finish at 128.

Here's what Emma Juhl has to say about RAMsey:

My name is Emma Juhl and this is my third year in the 4-H lamb project. I have been a member of 4-H for eight years and have been in a variety of projects from sheep to archery to sewing. I bought my showmanship lamb on April 27, 2020 and named him RAMsey. RAMsey has a very spunky personality which has kept me on my toes every day. He has a very large appetite and has shown incredible growth since the first day I took him home. He gets several hours of exercise every day which has benefited him both physically and mentally. I have learned several things throughout my project with RAMsey. Patience and consistency are the most important lessons I have learned. It takes consistency for a lamb to get use to being handled by a human and must be worked with on a regular basis. Patience is important when working with a lamb because they are stubborn animals and it takes time to get them familiar with how they are to present themselves at the livestock show. Throughout it all, RAMsey has grown to be a lamb with great muscle mass, an incredible back, and a full loin. I have worked diligently on my lamb these past few months and know he will be worth the price. Hay and CHS champion lamb feed Feed Program.

Thank you for your interest in RAMsey!

Details
  • Kind and Sex Wether
  • Base Weight 128
  • Breeds or Color Percentages Hampshire
  • Origin Patty's Club Lambs
  • Feed Program Hay and CHS champion lamb feed

  • Lot # 17
  • System ID # 347210
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