We offer a variety of ram and goat hunts. These species make nice additions to your trophy wall as well as good table fare. Many hunters have commented on how much they have enjoyed this exotic table fare.
We offer Corsican (cream to light tan in coloration), Barbados (darker brown to reddish coloration), Black Hawaiian (solid or mostly solid black), Texas Dall (solid or mostly solid white), and Painted Desert (patches of various coloration) Rams. These various rams are the result of cross-breeding of the Mouflon (a true wild sheep species) with other breeds of sheep, resulting in impressive horns and varying coloration patterns. We also offer Rambouillet and Merino rams which are white in color and are a wool sheep vs the above rams which are hair sheep. The trademark of all the rams above is their corkscrew type horns. The horns will curl back, down and then back forward under the eye making what we call a full curl. The horn will then start to curl out away from the head to start a second curl.
We also offer pure Mouflon ram hunts. As mentioned before these are a true wild sheep species (you realize it when you try to hunt them). They are characterized by heart shaped horns, a short tail, and a white saddle patch toward the rear of their back.
We offer Aoudad hunts. Native to the mountains of Northern Africa, these large bodied and large horned sheep make very impressive trophies. They are also one of the most wary game you will hunt, offering a challenging hunt. Their horns curve out, back, then in again towards the back. They are tan in coloration with long beard-like hair on the throat and neck.
Last but not least, Catalina and Ibex-cross goats. The Catalina goat has impressive horns that grow up and back then out to the side of the head. The Ibex-cross goats have horns that grow up then curve back towards the back of the animal forming a long arch shaped horn. Either of these goats came be most any color or combination of colors.