Welcome to Tailwind Farm!

We specialize in breeding top quality Rambouillet sheep
and training working Border Collies. Thank you for visiting and please
feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Learn about our... Rambouillet Sheep or Working Border Collies

Visit our sheep page to see our 2016 sale offerings.


Champion and Reserve Champion Ram Lambs!

Tailwind 3071 won Grand Champion Ram and Tailwind 3061 won Reserve Grand Champion Ram at the 2014 Wisconsin State Fair.

Thank you to Tom Boyer, Utah for purchasing Tailwind 4017 (RR) twin at 2015 National Show & Sale

FOR SALE (Starting March 2016):
SOLD OUT

THANK YOU!

Thank you to the Sasscer Family of Illinois and Glassmaker Family of Iowa for purchasing!

Wisconsin Champion and Reserve Cahampion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our very own sheep tricks...Lamb Tricks

What's new at the farm

Feed costs are the largest single input in many sheep businesses. We have implemented a few changes to lessen that impact on our operation

  • No till drilling spring barley for grain as a bridge between corn crops. The small squares of barley straw bring a premium for use in ponds. Whole barley works well in lamb diets.
  • In early August no till drill 3 lbs turnips, 3 lbs white radishes, and 1 bushel bin run oats for October 15-early winter pasture for gestating ewe flock. The ewes milk heavier.
  • The above ground accumulates manure, crops kill over winter, radishes break up the soil, and it's ready for no-til corn in the spring.
  • Our ewe flock does very well with 1# of Pipestone Vit-E & Selenium mix in 50# white salt year round. No other mineral is used on this group.
  • Distiller grains, (Sept 15th $115/ton) work well in replacement ewe lamb rations with barley & oats. Refrain from use in ram lamb rations because of accumulating sulfates and negative impact on fertility. (Bobb et al, 9/2014)
  • Frost seed 3 year red clover 2-3 lbs in spring(late Feb/Mar) in winter wheat for hay cutting in late summer or pasture. You can add orchard grass, alsike clover, festolium or italian ryegrass for permanent pasture.

Hope this finds you, your family and your flock well.

--Tim


Tailwind Farm
Tim, Beth and Jill Miller
12827 W. Hwy. 81 · Beloit, WI 53511
Beth: 608-289-1686 Tim: 608-751-2963
Email: Tailwindfarm@gmail.com

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