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This discussion group is for anyone interested in Soay sheep, particularly the Soay sheep found in North America. It is for both current and prospective Soay sheep owners, breeders, and enthusiasts. The purpose is to provide a forum where people can express their views about aspects related to Soay sheep--ask questions and share experiences about Soay sheep, breed and registry organizations, genetics, coat colors, horns, lambing, etc. Topics can be virtually anythin relevant to Soay sheep enthusiasts - RBST ("British") Soays, North American Soays, Soay sheep in the UK, or on the islands of Hirta or Soay.

In particular we welcome those new to Soay sheep - those possibly interested in starting a flock, or those recently starting with start-up questions. All the participants were 'newbies' at one time and virtually all have some experience to share with others just starting. Please join in and ask any questions you may have. For more information, visit our companion web site for the Soay Sheep Breeders cooperative group, SoaySheepBreeders.com.

Postings for "Soay sheep wanted", or "For Sale" are also welcomed. There are photo albums for sharing images with other Soay enthusiasts.

There is no moderation of postings. (Please follow Yahoo guidelines. Obviously off-topic and commercial postings will be removed.)

Gevan Marrs - Woodland Creek Farm Soay Sheep - Puyallup, Washington
Initiator and Moderator of this Yahoo Discussion Group (launched 18-Aug-05)

(Photo : Blue Mountain Express'08, an extremely rare self-colored light phase NA Soay ram.)

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  • Aug 18, 2005
  • English

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