@Secuono, those are just the cutest, most adorable!! You definitely have to put them up for sale .... Don't go under value your work & skill either. Yes, you raise your sheep out of love however it's nice when then help pay the feed/vet bill. You put money for felting needles and fiber equipment. Not to mention, not everyone can needle felt and have their creations look like something recognizable. I bet you are able to take your felted creations out to the pasture and folks could pick out which sheep they represent.
Ten years ago, I sold my 3"-4" needle felted creatures for $25-$30 at our farmer's market and they flew off the shelf. I live in a small town in the middle of nowhere. What I'm saying is, you can always put them on sale.