Jennifer Tucker are both Graduates of Oklahoma State University,
with degrees in Agriculture. They are also partial owners of Nevco
Services, an Environmental and Waste Oil Company (www.nevcoservices.com
While this is Brian's first venture into livestock, Jennifer
raised and showed Cheviot Sheep for many years.
The foundation of our flock is the Sherack Flock from Oklahoma,
which we purchased in entirety. This gave us a good start with
solid, proven breeding animals. We like a strong conformation on
our animals coupled with a quality fleece that is easy to spin.
All of our animals are registered with JSBA.
Currently we have about 40 head of Jacobs. They really are family
members, with strong distinct personalities. We primarily have a
smaller more primitive Jacob sheep. Most of our bloodlines are
new to the Western states, so it offers us the option of out
crosses with local breeders without the risk of inbreeding or line
is to raise correct sheep, with natural hardiness, enjoyable
fleeces, and fun personalities.
When not out with our sheep,
Brian enjoys tinkering with his 4WD trucks, all 1970's
International Scouts. He likes turning them into rock crawling
trucks for fun in the mountains. He is an avid Elk hunter and
also enjoys water fowling with the two chocolate labs that are
considered our children, Bugsy & Cocoa.
Jennifer's passion is barrel racing. She mostly competes at local
levels now, but occasionally hauls into Oklahoma and Texas. She
can be seen on Hattie, a Bay TB mare, and will be getting started
with Jester, her younger QH gelding. Her retired horse Doc is her
very best friend, but not able to compete anymore. She usually has
a horse or two for sale, so if you're interested in something, let