Corriedale sheep reside at Seeley Creek Valley Farm. The foundation for the flock came from Bear Farm in Hector, New York. The Corriedale was developed to produce a dual purpose breed for both wool and meat. The breed originated in the 1800’s in New Zealand. They were first imported into this country in 1914 and in 1916 the American Corriedale Association was founded.


Sheep shortly after shearing


Newborn lamb


Four month old ewe and ram on late August pasture


Seven month old sheep on a late fall day with heavy fleece for the coming winter


Young lambs on a late evening

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