Here at Mossy Springs Ranch we strive to breed quality rare horned sheep. We are really excited to be able to save rare breeds of sheep that people have seem to either forgotten about or just don't know they exist. We collect these rare breeds and try to improve the special qualities they possess. We are true collectors of Horns. This can be a very difficult job as many folks have found out hence the rarity of some breeds. If you would like to help save the special animals and have questions please feel free to call.
We are always looking for rams with 30" plus horns. If you have one or know of someone who does please contact us. We are looking for rare & quality breeding stock to add to our gene pool.
We invite anyone that is going to be in our neighborhood to call and make arrangements to come by and visit. We are located outside a little town called Santa Fe, Mo.(Near Mark Twain Lake about an hour drive north &east of Columbia MO). It is considered in Northeast Missouri.
We have met allot of really nice people who are interested in raising these lovable rare sheep. We are currently taking orders for lambs that will be born this winter/spring and for those who like bottle babies we always have several available of all ages. Warning: Bottle babies tend to change your lifestyle to a REAL sheep lover. We also want to thank everyone who has visited our site and emailed. Tom & Nancy Richardson (573)-685-2299 or email email@example.com
White Cloud is a rambalette sheep whose sire was "Rambo" who had horns that measured 42" on each side with a base of 13 " When he finally passed on. White Cloud has a much milder temperment than his daddy. I believe this is from being raised by hand with alot of attention from us. White Cloud is a good breeder. We measured whiteclouds horns on April 17th 2011 and they were over 35" long. He is working on getting a set of horns like his dad hopefully he will grow several inches this year. (This is an old photo I have to get out and take another .) We lent him to our vet to sire his 2011 lambs. He had very good results with alot of twins and even a set of triplets!