la petite valais
Our Unique Breed of Valais in A Smaller Package
Why La Petite Valais BlackNose Sheep?
We love the Valais Blacknose breed so much, we have expanded our breeding program to focus on the Petite Valais. Let’s face it, the Valais Blacknose Sheep is a pretty hefty sized animal. We want the Valais Blacknose Sheep to be enjoyed by everyone alike. La Petite Valais Blacknose sheep is smaller in stature, polled, and are more amendable to smaller farms with older adults, and small children. La Petite Valais Blacknose sheep is every bit as friendly, so basically they are a smaller sized sheep with as big a size personality!
We are using our gorgeous rams with our smaller ewes to create our breathtaking La Petite Valais Blacknose sheep. Our ultimate goal is to pack all the benefits of a purebred Valais Blacknose Sheep into a smaller version with as big a reward.
We are extremely proud of our results and we are certain that anyone who purchases one of our La Petite Valais Blacknose sheep will be extremely happy with their decision to purchase.
Angelina was born on our property and is the backbone of our program. Pictured here as a yearling at 19 inches, we expect she will top out at about 21 inches. She is joined by her twin sister, Anastasia who will join in our La Petite Valais Blacknose sheep program.
Pictured in the foreground is Bugatti, one of our La Petitie Valais Blacknose rams who was recently sold. If you are seeking to start your own La Petite Valais Blacknose sheep program, contact us today to get you started on the right path.
There are so many questions regarding the Valais Blacknose sheep. We have done our best to gather the most frequently asked questions to help you make the most informed decision regarding your purchase.
We are so pleased with our petit Valais blacknose lamb! Her temperament and health are remarkable!
– Norman Frank
We searched for over a year and were referred to Black Sheep Ranch. We are so thrilled to have discovered Brandi and her flock! Looking forward to selecting a companion lamb.
– Sally Quinn