Romeldale CVM Sheep

My journey with Romelale CVM Sheep started in 2017. Spring of 2017 I decided it was time to bring in a new Romney ram. I had used the same ram for several years and needed new blood. I went to the romney registry and looked up some of the closest breeders and at that time a farm known as Peeper Hollow popped up. I contacted the Shepherdess there and asked her what she had or would have available for rams. She made me a list and at the time I also was looking at her other breed the Romeldale CVM. They were gorgeous and reminded me of Romneys so I asked her about them. After many emails back and forth, I came home that fall with my first 4 Romeldale CVM ewes and an AMAZING ram. My flock has since grown!

All of my Romeldales are registered through the National Romeldale CVM Concervancy

I am currently serving as Vice President of the NRCC as of Jan 2020 and would love to see more people become involved with this lovely breed

The Romeldale CVM is a multipurpose breed that is best known for its fleece's next to skin softness. They come in a wide array of colors and have amazing personalities. They are a medium sized breed that are very easy to handle. They are also an endangered breed on The Livestock Conservancy's list of endangered breeds. 

Why should you raise Romeldale CVM's

  • They are an endangered breed of sheep that needs to be preserved

  • They come in a wide array of colors excellent for handspinning purposes

  • They are excellent sheep at caring for themsleves, being highly parasite resistant and excellent mothers. 

If you have questions about this breed please feel free to shoot me an email and I will get back to you as soon as I can! 

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