Soay and Boreray Sheep Society members can advertise free of charge on this site as part of their £12 annual membership fee. Adverts will be displayed in chronological order (most recent first) for no less than one month and will then be removed after three months, unless instructions to the contrary are received.
Before you buy please click here to read our page detailing the difference between registered, unregistered and birth notified sheep. Some buyers mistakenly believe that unregistered sheep can be registered at a later date.
The Society does not recommend or endorse any sellers or animals that are advertised on this site. Advertisements will only be accepted if they are for specific animals or groups of animals, and not for general marketing purposes and must state whether the animals are registered, or birth notified. Photos are welcomed on the understanding that the society may use them elsewhere on this site.
To advertise on the website please email your advertisement to Kerry Gibb – email@example.com
Please let us know if your animals are sold so they can be removed from this page.
PLEASE NOTE: We are compiling a list of sheep for sale to circulate to would-be purchasers in lieu of the Rare Breeds Sale at Melton, which has been cancelled for 2020. Please see the NEWS page on this website for further information.
Registered Soay Ewes for sale from the Marshwold Flock, Lincolnshire.
SOAYS for sale. Wyfordby Ralph: a 2019 dark shearling from Bosworth Norman and Willowbrook Emerald. Ralph is Birth Notified (XS9774) and will be Registered if he finds a new home. Ralph is excellent with the bucket and eats from the hand. He is confident but not too pushy and is growing into a lovely ram. He is good natured with other rams and lambs.
Wyfordby Jeremy: a 2018 blonde ram with stunning horns from Willowbrook Eric and Willowbrook Katie. Jeremy is Registered (S18668). Jeremy is a quiet ram with lovely proportions, good with the bucket and will come into his own with a bit of attention. He is good natured with other rams and lambs.
Please contact Helen on 07972704213 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BORERAY RAMS FOR SALE
Three RBST-registered rams – Adrian, Allan and Albert – born in April 2019, from the Battle Meadow flock. All three will come to the bucket. We used Albert as an extra ram last autumn with two ewes, and he has sired three lambs.
Rams from the Battle Meadow flock are now active right across the UK from Caithness to Wales to Sussex. Please see our Battle Meadow website for more information about our flock.
Offers in the region of £75 each.
Visits are welcome. We are based on the Berkshire/Oxfordshire border.
MOSSOAY FLOCK, PERTHSHIRE, SCOTLAND are pleased to offer for sale:-
- a selection of Registered mouflon yearling SOAY ewes
- 3 tup and 5 ewe SOAY lambs, various colours including blacks and piebalds
- we also have three senior ladies looking for positions as matriarchs / minders for their comfortable retirements
all lambs are eligible for RBST registration and will be RBST registered unless wethered
More information / contact details on our website: soayflockscotland.com
Jo and Pete, MOSSOAY FLOCK, Westown, Perthshire, Scotland, mobile: 07713 402 100
For sale: SOAYS
Aberystwyth. email: email@example.com
JUNE Update: Still some sheep and this year’s lambs available
February 26th 2020 URGENT APPEAL for Boreray re-homing
Wadebridge – Cornwall
The society has been contacted by a member that is facing extreme & overwhelming circumstances, and needs to rehome her flock. The member has approximately 45 sheep and certainly needs to rehome at least 20 sheep before April due to being overstocked. There is a mixture of Ewes, rams, wethers and ewe lambs. Birth notified and registered. It is understood that the sheep are in a good condition.
Photographs are currently not available but have been requested. Without sounding too bleak if these sheep are not rehomed it is unsure what will happen to them. The owner is looking for payment in order to help her current financial situation but there may be some bargaining that can take place if a few are bought in one go etc.
Please contact the society in the first instance as the member is understandably quite distressed at this time.
We hope that someone may be in a position to help a member in need.
JUNE UPDATE: several sheep have been re-homed but there are now this year’s lambs!