Reference Sires

Next Level

Drop the Mic x Polar Vortex x Burn

Final Final

Drop the Mic x Doc Holiday

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Raised by W2 Club Lambs – Gustine, CA

Drop The Mic

Anarchy x Burn x Unleaded

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We’ve been accused of being a bit bander happy. We realize that winning shows takes a special one. There’s a huge feeling of accomplishment when you watch a judge at a major show pick up the microphone and tell everyone just how special a lamb you raised is. Drop the Mic is the “ONE” that I just couldn’t make myself do it to. He has the combination of the ring presence and elegence of Straka’s Grand at OYE, the power and smoothness of Fraize’s Reserve Grand at San Antonio, and the crazy silhouette and shag of Amstutz’s Grand at Ohio State Fair all wrapped up into a package that he makes his own. He doesn’t live in a world of extreme’s like most of our ram battery, but when you walk into our ram barn, you’ll understand that putting down the bander, was the best move with “Drop the Mic”

Living The Dream (LTD)

Drop the Mic x Leo Bred Ewe

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Raised by Farao Club Lambs
Owned with Niemann Club Lambs


Beastmode x Angry Dragon’s Sister (Burn x Scarlett J) 

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People who know us realize that we hate plain sheep. Wether your looking at babies with us in the pen or watching a market show, that is just not our kind. Which translates over to the extremes in the rams we keep back for our program. So just when we thought we couldn’t make one any crazier in their rib cage, just when we thought we had maxed out width, muscle, and expression, and just when we thought we had plenty of shag… We lined things up just a little tighter and came up with a couple exotic built ewe lambs and one male, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder aka O.C.D. O.C.D. may be the furthest thing from plain we have ever raised. His dad was a freak, his mother was a freak, his aunt was a freak, his sister’s are freaks, he is a freak.

Rice Burner

Burn x Big Game (Shellhouse 1526)

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Rice Burner is a unique specimen that utilizes two of the most consistent genetic lines in the hampshire breed: Burn and Impact Hampshire’s Game Face. He combines an amazing body design, snow white legs, and great muscling. We think unique is the best way to describe him and we are excited to have purchased half interest from Three Sisters Sheep to see what he can do in both of our flocks.


OCD x Doc Holiday

Kobra Kai

Anarchy x RSC3635 (Burn x Unleaded)

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With the Success we’ve had with Drop the Mic, we doubled down on the Anarchy x Burn x Unleaded lineage and made another addition to our stud battery with Kobra Kai. In a barn full of studs, Kobra bring arrogance and cockiness walking around the pen to a whole new level. He has a dash of color, a complete wool cap and chops, with that exotic shape and athleticism that is making its way back into the showring. We like Kobra Kai!

Shake N Bake

Beastmode x Tundra x Lithium x Unleaded

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5 Shots of Unleaded with 1 Shot of Burn has made for quite a predictable specimen.  Our keeper ram from our 2016 Fall lambing that pulls our Unleaded lines back in to make crazy crazy Hips and rumps, Amazingly over the Top Fury legs, and the Burn balance and design that he is known for.  We had a close encounter with losing him after weaning which took us a little longer to get babies out of him, but after seeing them hit the ground, he has a exciting future with our program to give our lined up Burn genetics a little outcross without losing the consistency we are known for.. 

Ladies Man

Shower Chicken x “Lady” – Bonafide x Papparazzi x LSu

Polar Vortex

Donkey Punch X Unleaded

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We are always looking for that one who will send chills down your spine. I think it’s safe to say we found one to fit the bill. POLAR VORTEX’S antagonistic traits truly make him a unique specimen. The ones that are this big legged and massive hipped are usually plainer upfront. Not the case here. He’s truly pulling a dump truck rear end with a Ferrari front. Not to mention his natural fill and flank that only enhances his proportionality from the side. This guy has the running gear to take things to the next level.
Owned with Neff Livestock

Artic Invasion

Polar x RSC-F3176 (Double Down x Mustang Sally)

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People ask us how we know which rams to keep and which ones to cut and sell. Well there’s not really an exact science to it and sometimes its all about timing. F3176 had one of our favorite little buck lambs in 2014, which we made the soon regrettable decision to cut. After spending 3/4 of the year thinking we were complete idiots, that lamb “Wazoo”, won Oklahoma Youth Expo for Lydia Straka. So we felt better about the decision. In 2015, F3176 flushed low numbers, so again we were down in the dumps about our previous decision. Then lambing season came and out came Artic Invasion. Pedigree alone, he needed to be kept to help broaden Polar Vortex’s quick success, but the fact that he was an immediate freak in his build and pieces, made the decision to keep him for ourselves one of the easiest things we have ever done. 


Burn x Fat Amy (RSC2643 Unleaded x Unleaded)


Beastmode x Maker

Angry Dragon

Burn x Unleaded x Signature 

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Full Brother to Donkey Punch & Rack City.
Donkey Punch & Rack City blend the Burn & Unleaded lines into two of the industry’s most sought after packages. Burn has set himself apart as the most consistent ram we have ever used winning multiple shows, by multiple showman, from multiple states across the nation. Let alone his half interest keeper buck lamb starting line-up that is unprecented coming out of such a young sire. Donkey Punch & Rack City’s dam (a flushmate to Motorboat) is quickly becoming one of the industry’s most consistent hitters, as her first lamb was Rachel Chabot’s Highly Popular 2nd Place wether in San Antonio in 2013, a maternal brother to Donkey Punch & Rack City. These 2 studs hail from hands down, the most consistent, prolific flush to date at RSC.


Rack City x Burn 

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Owned with Casarotti Club Lambs


Burn x Janet (Unleaded x Mass Destruction)

Owned with Berry Farms


Swagger x Miller

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There is really no good place to begin when putting together a write up on a sheep who has already created as much talk and excitement as any buck lamb in recent history. “Burn” is a genetic giant when you consider our industry is at a cross roads trying to decide what is more important, skeletal quality and balance OR moderation, bone, and muscle. We present to you the most dynamic combination of the two kinds that is possible to generate. He has every unique balance aspect that made his father, Swagger, an instant success as a sire of major champions. While at the same time his Miller roots on his maternal side shine thru with everything that can be considered “Current”. Simply put, there is not another one like him in the country. His mother is a rare female that exemplifies the very words “Stud Ewe”. In just her first two lamb crops she has generated over $75,000 on 3 head of natural born lambs. In his first breeding season, Burn was used extensively by both Rule Sheep Co. and MacLennan Club Lambs and if all goes as planned there will be “Burn” lambs out of 400+ of the most elite females from both flocks.
Owned with MacLennan Club Lambs


Donkey Punch x Bullet (Madison’s Show Ewe)


Sired by Burn 

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The following are Flushmates to Rack City: 
Angry Dragon
Donkey Punch
Reserve Grand – Arkansas State Fair 
Grand – Belt Buckle Bonanza
Grand – South Dakota Spotlight
Reserve Grand – Premier Challenge
Grand – Western Bonanza
Class Winner – 2013 NAILE
Buck sold to Newsom

Pimp Juice

Bullet Proof x Panda x (Unleaded x MGM’s Dam)


Enron X Wang

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If there is one ram in our program, that we couldn’t be without, it would be Unleaded. In 2007, when he was born, Unleaded was a little too Thick, a little too Fuzzy, too Wide Based, and a little too Moderate in size, compared to what the industry was looking for. 3 years later, he has proven that he is exactly what the industry is looking for, and he has proven it both in the show ring and by the breeding stock he’s produced. Wether you breed him to a slick legged suffolk, a soggy made hamp, or an Elliott Flush ewe,


Unleaded x “Brooklyn” Dale 365 (MVP x Daylight)


Burn x Janet (Unleaded x Mass Destruction)

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Owned with Farrow Hampshires


Unleaded x Unleaded

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Tundra’s dam was Alex Thompson’s
2009 Grand Champion Lamb at the SD State Fair Open Show
Owned with AWTR


Young Jock x Six Bits x Livewire

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He is so changer for hide, foot and shag, rib, and loin. He is the biggest footed, fuzziest legged, most hamp appearing ram in our barn.
Bred by Impact Hamps


Burn x Miller Master


Unleaded x Unleaded

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2013 April Keeper Ram Lamb
Raised & Owned with Demag Sheep Co.


Unleaded x MVP (Lithiums Mother)

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Owned with Skidgel and Newton Club Lambs


Unleaded x Trigger 


Leverage x Composure

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The $30,000 Allred/Elliott sensation from the Midwest Stud Ram Sale.
Owned with Begalka Livestock & Simpson Livestock


Unleaded x Smartmoney x Enron

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Half interest purchased by N&H Livestock


Unleaded x Tonic

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Unbelievable’s dam is the twin sister to
Jade Terbush’s 2007 Reserve Champion Natural at OYE.


Trunk x Signature

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All the Trunk power with the Signature look!
Owned with Begalka Livestock


Outlook X HHH daughter

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Owned with RCR 


Signature x Tin Cup 

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Twin brother to Phantom, maternal 
brother to Champion Natural Ewe at Sedalia, maternal brother to Reserve Natural Ewe Midwest Elite, maternal brotherto Reserve Div II Arkansas State Fair)
Half interest purchased by Casarotti Club Lambs


Double Bred LSU

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When we had the chance to purchase part of Titleist, we knew it was an opportunity we couldn’t pass up. Simply put, sheep that CONSISTENTLY SIRE CHAMPIONS have a part in our program. As a ram lamb, Titleist sired the Reserve Grand Lamb at NAILE. In his second year, Titleist has already sired the 3rd Overall Hamp at Tulsa State Fair and the Reserve Division 5 Lamb at the Iowa State Fair. Although a bit of an outcross for us, we’re betting 2011 might just be our best year yet. Owned with Dale Family Club Lambs


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His Grandmother was one of Clay’s High Selling Ewes at the Corp Sale. His Maternal Brother was Reserve Grand at both the I SU Block and Bridle and NPCLA Grand Finale Show in 2007 for the Berry Family. His Full Sister was shown twice and was Grand Champion at the NPCLA Grand Finale and Reserve Grand at the South Dakota Born and Bred Show in 2008. We think “Replica” is better than all of them combined.


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Champion Hampshire Ram
2007 Midwest Stud Ram Sale

Owned in Partnership with:
Rietema Show Lambs, Petzenhauser Club Lambs, Clair Club Lambs, Terry Harland


Composure X 28’s Mom

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Purchased half interest of this ram in late 2007.
Owned in Partnership with Ellerbrock Club Lambs.


Double Bred Masterpiece

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Champion Hampshire Yearling Ram
2007 Midwest Stud Ram Sale


Protocol X 2100

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Owned in Partnership with Allred/Elliott Club Lambs.


Torch X Showbox

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We’ve always liked how Showbox worked on the maternal side,  especially with stamping that perfect hip and rib structure. This ram allows us to continue our Grand Slam genetics with a little extra expression, bone, and style.


Incognito x Leverage


Grand Slam X Studly II 

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In the spring of 2003 we visited numerous breeders to find the great one. Fortunately it only took the first trip to Johnson’s to find Bambino. He was easily the one lamb that we could not live without. You can see this buck demands your attention with his unmatched pattern and style combined with the muscle shape and dimension that is expected from his genetics. This ram is maybe as genetically exciting as he is the ¾ brother to Brad Dale’s Power Dunk ram and Ellerbrocks later purchased his twin brother that spring.
He Sired: 
Grand Champion – Tulsa State Fair
Reserve Grand Champion –  American Royal
Reserve Grand Champion  – Oklahoma Summerfest
Champion Hampshire – Kansas State Fair
5th Overall –  Sioux Empire Farm Show 
5th Overall – Arkansas State Fair


Enron X H-Factor

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Our Keeper March Ram Lamb from 2005. 

He was the one that everyone wanted, but we wouldn’t let him leave the farm.


Blue Cabaniss” X “Nick grandaughter” 

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It can only be assumed a scandal was in the mix when a wether sire this exquisite emerges. This rare find was purchased pre-Sedalia from Ellerbrock Club Lambs. He brings the term balance to an advanced level. He is unmatched in his combination of style, extension and levelness of design. More importantly, the elevation and elegance his front end posses is unthinkable when coupled with the most impressive touch, rack shape, naturally square loin edge and leg dimension desired
by the Hampshire community.


Ballistic X 2nd Cabaniss

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Power with Pedigree.
In the Spring of 2005, we selected MC for his amazing top shape, width, bone, mass, without sacrificing our shallow chest floors and athletic design. He runs back into our Hancock 411, 31, Time, 801 ewe base.


Trademark X 277 Cabaniss

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He was sold as a buck lamb prior to us getting to Clay’s. We were able to purchased him as a 4yr old from Wintex Farms and are excited for the impact he will bring after the success we have been having with our Diablo (Trademark X 277) daughters.
Twin brother to Simpson’s Template. 

Owned Jointly with Clair Club Lambs and Rietema Club Lambs
Raised by Allred/Ellliott


Ceasar X Cheyenne 

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Spartacus is a 3/4 hamp that was brought into the 
flock to give us the touch and shape that we received from our Tonto daughters. The wethers have been selling extremely well this spring and have the profile to classify suffolk, but more mass, bone, and squareness than what is normally found in this drive. 
Owned Jointly with Rietema Club Lambs


Time X 801 

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(Pictured as a 6 yr old)
We purchased Big George in the Fall of 2000. He was selected as a maternal sire for for his unparalleled and flawless structure. He is one of the best legged, smoothest shouldered Hampshire rams out there, who stamps a butterfly rack, extreme loin edge and level hip. Even though he was purchased strictly for his maternal influence, the response that his wethers are getting in the show ring has made him invaluable!! We had two keeper buck lambs in 03; Diesel and Velocity.
Both were out of Big George females!!!


Grand Slam X Trail Boss

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Tin Cup has proved his ability to raise weathers that will win Majors. Tin Cup is without a doubt one of the shallowest chested, neatest ribbed sheep we have seen. He is an intriguing buck who’s elevation and extension is only complimented by his added shape, tone and expression over his rack and through his lower leg. 
Tin Cup has sired: 
Grand Champion – Sioux Empire Show
Reserve Natural –  OKC Youth Expo
Reserve Suffolk –  Oklahoma State Fair Reserve Grand –  NW District Oklahoma 
Reserve Grand –  Wichita Mtn. Classic
4th Natural –  OKC Youth Expo


HHH X 15

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The one that has started all the commotion.
“XXX” is what the industry was asking for. Look hard, you will not find a hole in this sheep. As correct as he is in his structure and design, he is twice as thick and massive.



Tonto X Mayer 22

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Wahoo is the son of our legendary “TONTO” ram from Brad Dale. He is a blue 5/8 Hampshire sire that brings the best of both worlds to his lambs. He stamps a tremendous amount of expression and shape to his offspring, while his Hampshire base maintains their structure, bone, levelness, and underline. Wahoo’s first lamb crop has recorded champions from North Carolina to California.  Wahoo was purchased by Fairley Farms in the Spring of “03”.


Tahoe X Time 

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H-Factor’s track record speaks for itself:
Grand Champion – Tulsa State Fair
Reserve Grand  
Champion – Houston
Grand Champion – 
Kentucky State Fair Champion Hamp – National Western
Grand Champion – Ak-Sar-Ben


Warrior x Fields 100

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Sire of:
2002 Reserve Grand – National Western
2001 Grand Champion – National Western

Bred by Dale Family Club Lambs


31 X 411 X 31 

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“HHH” was the start of our linebred 31 and 411 program. Since then we have incorporated Diablo, Benchmark, XXX, and now Copyright. Using 6 Stud Bucks that all have 31 & 411 multiple times in their pedigree has allowed us to linebreed our ewes for that great hip structure, rib design.


Trademark X Uno 

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Leased from Allred/Elliott for the 2002 breeding season,  he brings and added consistency to our Hampshire line.
His sire’s pedigree is identical to our deceased “HHH”  (31 X 411). His lambs should be massive in their hip and  very thick ended without sacrificing any look and rib design.
Benchmark is now owned by All-American Club Lambs.


Trademark X 277

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There is a reason why the “277” bloodline is in such demand.
It turns out champions. His mother, a show ring champion herself, was purchased for $1500 out of the Navajo Dispersal. Diablo is no exception. Elevated and elegant through his front end and rib cage, with an extreme amount of rack and pure power. In this industry there are rams, and then there are stud bucks. Diablo was truly a “STUD BUCK”!!


Navajo 23
Time Grandson X Cabaniss 89er 

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“23” is the foundation of our Hampshire based flock. We kept approximately 25 ewe lambs out of him. They have continued to prove their value each year at lambing season.


Magnum X Studly

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Wang is the full brother to Johnson’s 2002 National Western Grand Champion. He was purchased early from the farm in 2002. Wang is the epitome of muscle dimension and structure. He is enormous in his hip and stifle, huge loined, extreme in his rack and length of body, with an unbelievable rib shape.
Sold to Hewitt Rowland


Studly I x 1657 (Mayer Daughter) 

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Ritz is the twin brother to Johnson’s Scooter ram.
Ritz produced:
2000 Reserve Grand
Louisana State Fair
2000 Reserve Suffolk 4-H
American Royal
 2001 Champion Hamp
Colorado State Fair
 2000 Reserve Cross
Lousiana State Fair

Tyson, Amber,
Madison, Makenzie,
& Maverick


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