Shetland "Powdermill Dustin 075447" (UK0190178-00173) - Tank #5 - Semen imported into USA


Note: (see Interest Form & News for details)

= $135.00 per straw [includes importation fee*], 5 straws minimum order can be a mixture of rams & breeds
[importation fee* = Codon Scrapie Genotype testing to source ARR/ARR (highest resistance) rams, UK Gov Sign-off, transport to London, non-stop flight to USA, tank fully insured, USDA/APHIS Customs inspection, shipment from Customs to Great Lakes Sire Service (GLSS) Bronson, Michigan, in-inventory at GLSS, return tank to UK for next shipment] + plus any cost overrun

Born: 7 April 2020 (Twin) [click on images to ENLARGE & scroll]

Colour: Black gulmoget krunet

Pedigree [NASSA genetic screening approved 15 Sept 2021]

         G Sire: Shankend Caoimhghin, Moorit/fawn
Sire: Shankend Donncha, Moorit smirslet sokket
         G Dam: Glenwood Blackberry, Black

         G Sire: Highfield Daniel, Black gulmoget
Dam: Highfield Inga, Black
         G Dam: Highfield Dawn, Black

Scrapie Genotype: ARR/ARR


Black gulmoget, shearling

Smali is the Old Norse word for "sheep". The Smali Shetland flock was founded in 2007 and is owned by Jenny Holden-Wilde and Chris Wilde. The Smali Flock is well established and is well known for diversity of colours and patterns, including the rarest phenotypes. We breed for dense crimpy fleeces with length that give our sheep protection from the Lake District weather and make spinners smile.

Powdermill Dustin 075447_front & side
Powdermill Dustin 075447_SSS Online Flock Book
Powdermill Dustin 075447_wool micron test
Powdermill Dustin 075447_head
Powdermill Dustin 075447_head and part of side
Powdermill Dustin 075447_side
Powdermill Dustin 075447_head
Powdermill Dustin 075447_fleece
Powdermill Dustin 075447_front (younger age)
Powdermill Dustin 075447_front & side (younger age)

UK ram owner: Jenny Holden-Wilde, Smali Shetland Sheep, South Lakeland District of Cumbria, England, UK

To order UK ram semen fill out Interest Form (required)

USA/Canada Shetland Breed Coordinator
Amy Rappuhn