Targhee sheep have great quality wool and produce a clip that often commands a good price. Shearing took place in the spring before lambing and was done to harvest the wool in top condition by prevent contamination from feeders in the yards during the lambing period. Targhee ewes were productive under grazing conditions and produced on average 175% lamb crop throughout the years. Other than lambing, the ewes were on grass year round which contributed to clean fleeces with very little contamination. The last few years we downsized our flock considerably and in the spring of 2020 we disbursed our remaining Targhee ewes. There are a few local producers nearby that still have some of our Targhees in production and breeding stock can be sourced directly from them.