Turned out the guy and his neighbor only wanted one (they have a few more at home), so they took Buddy. It was a little hard to see him go - he was the one I had to supplement with formula last January when the ewe halfway rejected him - but we really are over-run with males. That will leave two or three wethers to go, and we've decided to sell/trade Elvis for a new ram. We'll keep Sam and the new ram lamb, but we need a new line in, as well.
I am still not where I want to be with our flock, but weeding out some of the rams and wethers will make handling all of them a little easier.
Another thing I need to do is order some dual purpose chicks to replace the elderly hens I have now. In a few months, I am also going to order some turkey poults to try my hand at that.
Between a few sheep here and a few eggs there and some turkeys next fall, the farm won't be paying for itself, but it will be a start, and you can't beat feeding your family off your own place. Considering how expensive food costs are in Hawaii, it is more valuable than the initial bottom line looks.