Whether this is your first visit, or you are already raising
and breeding BABYDOLL Southdowns, we invite you to take a look at all
the NABSSAR has to offer, and then, get involved. Join, register your
sheep, and participate in our Association and Registry whose
to preserve the standards of the breed and to help our members reach
new enthusiasts and put a BABYDOLL Southdown in every yard.
If you are new to BABYDOLL Southdowns, get ready to fall in love with
these charming creatures, just as each of us has before you. Learn
about the intelligent, quiet, and docile temperament of these critters.
Their diminutive size makes them perfect for hobby farms, mini farms or
rural homes with smaller acreage but they manage just fine on large
The BABYDOLL Southdown is the perfect choice if you are a spinner. How
wonderful is it spin the fiber from your own pet? Knowing and owning
the animal the fiber came from adds a special quality to the experience.
Whatever your interest in BABYDOLL Southdowns, you have come to the
right place. WE truly offer something for everyone.
2023 calendar cover photo winner.
Photo by Laura Leonard, Happy Peeps & Sheep, Fenton, MI
Brian & Jennifer Emamalie, Hey Day Acres, Rockvale, TN - January
Laura Abbott, Kindergarten Farm, Humphrey, NE - February
Betsy DeKoster, Bluegrass Babydolls, Lawrenceburg, KY - March
Brian & Tamara Joyer Family, Joyer Lane, Litchfield, MN - April
Tammy Wall, Rosie's Little Flock, Perkins, OK - May
Stephanie Gourieux, Sugar Creek Babydoll Sheep Farm, Grand Rivers, KY -
Parker & Cynthia Davis, Swingin' D Livestock, Troy, TX - July
Camilla Ryge, Babydoll-Danmark, Samsoe, Denmark - August
Kellie Widner, Widner Farm, Seymour, TN - September
Lyndsey Wiley, Bravo Whiskey Ranch, Effingham, IL - October
Michelle Schubert, Bergamascos' Babydoll Brigade, Stamping Ground, KY
Emily Jandak, Jandak, Bentonville, AR - December