We would like to thank all of our past customers for their, support and interest!

  Thank you for your interest in Pirtle Farms. We are excited about our future and proud of our past. Our sheep have been winning shows and our genetics have been producing winners in 16 states for almost two decades. The Suffolk portion of our flock is predominantly based on genetics from the Ott, McGolden, Harrell, Shell and Skidgel flocks. Our Hampshire base is deep in Cabaniss 212 and 801 lines.  We also have utilized the genetic base of the Bolenbaugh flock from Hunter, Oklahoma.

  Our 2 daughters Aspen and Cassie are very consistent exhibitors in Oklahoma. They have attended hundreds of shows though out the country and they are always competitive.

  We grew up in the heart of Oklahoma club lamb country in a small town called Mt. View.  We believe that our sheep are bred to produce champions and are getting better each year.

Give us a call or come by anytime. We would love to show you our sheep.


We just recently sold Teton to the Larry Shell Family.  We would like to thank them for their purchase.  We have many daughters out of Teton and they are great.

Teton is the prettiest thick ram that we have ever seen. he is out of Skidgel's Gambler ram and a McIlrath ewe.   



We have been waiting on this one for a long time.  Pattern, muscle, & STYLE.  He is out of Long John and  a Gator ewe

(Shell x Cabaniss x Marx). 

Come see him and his lambs next spring.



He is a Rocky son out of the great Victoria ewe which gives Jag a great genetic background of Train and No Fear. 

We recently sold Jag to the Eric Dalton family of Benton, TN. He is an outstanding ram and should do well for them.





Sold to Regier Family Whitewater, KS

This ram has attracted much attention. He is Mentor (Derby x Hero's mother) x Jim Miller ewe. He is producing extremely well.



192 x 141 The ewe is a linebred Dew-It ewe that has a ton of pretty in her background



This is a great hampshire ram lamb that we kept.  He is a son of boulder out of the Cabaniss 733 ewe (Four daughter).  He is neat.


Long John

(192 x 130) the 130 ewe is a Grand daughter of the original McGolden ram "Ranger" which was a Jordan son.  He is Very pretty but yet also retains thickness.



Sold to James Murr Oktaha, OK

We purchased this ram from Harrell-Rhodes several years ago. He is Instinct (Pistol Pete x Reno) x Twister ewe. He is working well.





Double-bred Derby x Top Gun ewe.

Sold to Eric Dalton and Family of Benton, TN



He is a great profiling Frisco son out of a Dew-It ewe, our McGolden No Fear. Dew-It was the ram that we used so successfully back in the '90s. 192 has Cabaniss 212 sprinkled in his pedigree on both sides.



We are selling an outstanding set of bred ewes. They are all Codon 171 tested. Give us a call for information on genetics and price.





Our daughter Cassie exhibited the Champion Hamp and Reserve Grand Market Lamb at the 2004 Coffeyville Interstate Fair.  He is out of our "Urgent" ram & the Cabaniss 240 ewe.


This 192 lamb was a class winner twice at the Oklahoma NEOLA Compatition.


This Teton wether was 5th at the Tulsa State Fair.  Breed and Reserve Breed came out of this class.


This Boulder lamb was shown 9 times in 2003.  8 times class winner, 3 times Breed Champion
and a Grand


This boulder lamb was Reserve Champion Cross at the NEOLA show in Dewey, OK (275 entries).


Champion Hamp at the
2003 Coffeyville Interstate Fair


This Teton ewe lamb was Champion Natural Color at the Pryor, OK NEOLA show (262 entries).  The judge was Brian Maye.  She was a class winner at 4 NEOLA shows as well as a county Grand.


This lamb was class winner at 4 NEOLA shows, County Res. Grand and 5th at the
OK wether dam division.


The Washington County 4-H Livestock Judging Team #1.  Our daughters are proud members of this team that has won the NEO A&M, Coffeyville College, Oklahoma State Fair, and NJSA contests this past year.  Aspen and Cassie are on this team and Randy serves as the coach for all of the teams.



The lamb on the right was Reserve Grand at the 2002 Northeast Oklahoma Regional Show. 270 entries.

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2002 Grand Lamb in Washington County, Oklahoma.

Pirtle lambs were Grand Champions at the 2003 Caddo, Johnston, Washington, and Nowata County Shows in Oklahoma!

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2002 Reserve Grand in Washington County, Oklahoma. This lamb was a Gater x Rocky. Lamb was purchased from us at the NE Edition Club Lamb Sale. 


This ewe was Champion Breeding ewe numerous times in 2001-2002.

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Congratulations to Celia McDonald, Riddleton, TN! She won the Premier Exhibitor award at the Tennessee Jr. Livestock Expo in 2001. Lamb was purchased from us at the OKC Black & White Sale.


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Congratulations Barret Von Behren, Martinsville, Illinois. This lamb was Reserve Champion, Land of Lincoln. He is out of a Taz son purchased from us at the 1999 OK Black and White by John Van Dyke, Louisville, IL. This ram has also produced the Grand Lamb at the Illinois State Fair. 


This 2001 ewe lamb was shown 13 times in Oklahoma and Kansas. 12 times class winner, 1 Grand, and 2 Reserves. She is a Rocky daughter and Jag's full sister.

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Class winner Oklahoma City Spring Youth Expo.

2nd Place Oklahoma City Spring Youth Expo.

OKC 2002
What a show!  1618 entries. We exhibited a class winner, 3-2nds, and a 3rd.
3 champion drive exhibitions.


Contact us at the farm for club lambs or breeding stock:

Anticipated Sales Attending for 2005

Club Lamb Country OKC, OK
Northwind Sale Lawrence, KS
Cherokee Strip Sale Perry, OK
Midwest Sale Sedalia, MO

Proud to members of the Oklahoma Voluntary Scrapies Eradication Program!



Randy, Susan, Aspen & Cassie Pirtle
Copan, OK
(918) 532-4553

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