The Lloyd-Williams family at Moelgolomen farm have been performance recording hardy
hill flock Welsh Mountain sheep since 1995. They run 830 ewes, all of which are performance
recorded. The farm runs from 600 to 1500 feet above sea level, and much of the land
is classified as Severely Disadvantaged. Approximately half the land is rough grazing
and half is improved. The farm has full organic status since 1999.
The stock selected within the flock are long lived, sound stock of the correct type
with high performance off grass.
Within the performance index the focus is on EBVs for Maternal performance, Growth
and Muscle values.
The main aim at Moelgolomen is to produce a fast growing lamb with high conformation,
capable of reaching good finishing weights at weaning time; this out of a low input,
long lived ewe capable of surviving on any ground.
Prospective buyers of sheep from this flock can expect
• Lambs with exceptional performance,
• Females with high maternal instinct, performance and longevity and of good structure
and type with a low input requirements.
• Males of sound structure and type who will produce lambs with exceptional performance
for slaughter or for the production of high performance breeding stock.