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#5717588 - 04/26/15 09:21 PM What kind of ram is this?
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I have this Ram coming to my feeders with a bunch of ewes and babies, can some sheep experts tell me what it is.





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#5717666 - 04/26/15 10:07 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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Looks like a young aoudad to me.

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#5717715 - 04/26/15 10:40 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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Hey bud that's a good ole common hill country Corsican cross. I have tons of them. But I will say he looks great for a young guy... Also they slick off starting now. So he looks different than he will in the winter. He's a good looking ram though. Talk to you soon!

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#5717716 - 04/26/15 10:42 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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He does have a slight red sheep look to him though...

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#5717746 - 04/26/15 11:23 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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not corsicans, those are red sheep
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#5717748 - 04/26/15 11:30 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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C-d I do agree.... I looked again and I do agree.

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#5717907 - 04/27/15 07:46 AM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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Looks like red sheep to me as well. These just stumbled onto your ranch? Lucky guy.
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#5718001 - 04/27/15 08:51 AM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: Sevens]
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[quote=Sevens]Looks like red sheep to me as well. These just stumbled onto your ranch? Lucky guy. [/quote

I was thinking he had some Urial in him which i believe red sheep do, but figured it was to good to be true. Hopefully he will stick around for a while longer until hes a shooter.

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#5718911 - 04/27/15 06:27 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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The kind you let grow up... then if he turns your crank rifle

I wonder if he's the one producing the babies or is big daddy around. popcorn

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#5719166 - 04/27/15 09:15 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: SheepHunter]
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I agree red sheep. Not the horn curl of other sheep, which is why some said aoudad. Ewe have the fawn color you are seeing.

Question: it looks like you have a pen around the feeder. Did they jump in or is it open. My pens (34" hog panel) kept the sheep off the feeders.

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#5719335 - 04/27/15 11:08 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
cjbs2003 Offline
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Registered: 11/23/13
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Awesome, now matter what species/cross of ram... Good luck getting a crack at him!

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#5719697 - 04/28/15 08:41 AM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: Scoop]
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Originally Posted By: Scoop
I agree red sheep. Not the horn curl of other sheep, which is why some said aoudad. Ewe have the fawn color you are seeing.

Question: it looks like you have a pen around the feeder. Did they jump in or is it open. My pens (34" hog panel) kept the sheep off the feeders.


They jump it

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#5720297 - 04/28/15 02:37 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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Loc: North of San Antonio
Originally Posted By: sparrish8
Originally Posted By: Scoop
I agree red sheep. Not the horn curl of other sheep, which is why some said aoudad. Ewe have the fawn color you are seeing.

Question: it looks like you have a pen around the feeder. Did they jump in or is it open. My pens (34" hog panel) kept the sheep off the feeders.


They jump it


Maybe red sheep are better jumpers. We only had a few. I know even the baby aoudad will jump in. I was always surprised that the mix of sheep we used to have (before they were mostly trapped off the place) would never jump in. But I had a bunch of unpenned feeders too, so maybe they just weren't motivated enough.

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#5720334 - 04/28/15 02:54 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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how is this lucky...
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#5720406 - 04/28/15 03:35 PM Re: What kind of ram is this? [Re: sparrish8]
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Red Sheep are a fairly high priced exotic, if they stick around, the OP might get himself a nice bonus. On the flip side are the extra feed costs.
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