Hi! My name is Jordynn Kellogg, I am 17 years old and this is my third year showing sheep. My lamb this year is named Freddie. I bought my lamb in April and I have been raising him and preparing him for show. Freddie is the largest sheep I have raised so I am very excited to see how showing him goes. He is well minded and pretty calm, making him a great show lamb. I have been working with my younger brother and his lamb, Eddie, to get each other ready for show. We take our lambs on walks around our property to get them moving and exercising. They go up and down small hills to improve and build their strength. We feed grain to build their top line and get the desired build for a lamb. My brother and I do practice shows, walking our lambs without halters and inspecting one another's set up and bracing, which is very helpful in preparing our lambs for the show experience.
I am excited to see what this year's show and auction will bring me and my lamb and I appreciate the opportunity to show and sell my lamb. Any money I gain from this year's project will go towards college and paying for next years horse and sheep project.
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Auctioneer, Brent R. Graves is licensed in the State of Texas issued by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (License number 13507) and is covered by a surety bond issued in accordance to the Federal Packers and Stockers Act.
Brighton, Colorado 80601