Four Points Guinness is a very special male. Born on St. Patrick’s Day he is truly the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. His show career began in the fall of 2006 and since then he has won ribbons in every show in which he was entered, both fleece and halter! He was the youngest or next to the youngest in very large, competitive, white juvenile and yearling male classes. True to his very strong Alianza genetics each year Guinness produces staple lengths in excess of 6″ with total shearing weights of 12+ pounds. His fiber is very fine and tightly crimped. Tim Lavan and Mike Safley described him as having “great fiber, great luster, as shiny as the top animal in the class, excellent frame, legs, body and size. He will only get better”.
Recently Cameron Holt evaluated Guinness and remarked that “he has very little medulated fiber in his blanket. He is a very elite male”.
Add to these very desirable qualities a disposition that is one of the best on our farm and you have the foundation for a great herd sire. But don’t take our word for it. Visit our ranch and see for yourself. Now is a great time to introduce Four Points Guinness’s excellent genetics to your herd. Don’t be left out!