The ram was purportedly found near Cadoman this past summer. The Cadoman area produced Crousen's world record head, which he hunted on a Special Sheep Permit. The area has also accounted for many monster rams, including a 206-point brute taken by a resident hunter last season. The Cadoman area is an old reclaimed mine site where hunting is not allowed. While the rams live there most of the time, they do leave the mine on occasion. The genetics of the herd are the very best, as proven by the number of monster sheep taken around Cadoman in the last century. In very recent years there have been a number of 200-plus rams harvested, with many pushing the twin century mark. More details on the huge potential world record ram will be available when it is officially scored.