Our farm offers a diverse range of products--from old-fashioned varieties of apples and pears, intensely flavored blueberries and rasperries, heirloom varieties of roasting squash and pumpkins, to chef's quality Cheviot lamb and specialty lamb sausages. All our crops are cleanly and ethically raised without pesticides or herbicides of any kind. The animals are freely pastured. We have been Tilth certified in the past, and hope to certify again with the lamb and wool from our Cheviot sheep. Cheviot are small sturdy dual-purpose sheep from the Borders area of Scotland. First recognized as a breed in the thirteenth century, their soft springy wool was the foundation for the Border tweed industry, and they continue to be the most popular premium quality meat breed in the British Isles. They are excellent foragers, and unlike the bigger (less-tasty) meat breeds favored by modern agriculture, they thrive on invasive pest plants like the European Blackberry and Scotch Broom.

Listing last updated on Nov 12, 2014

We have U-Pick blueberries, apples, pears and pumpkins. Our lamb and lamb sausages are USDA labeled and can be Halaal butchered at our local processor. The sausages are packed in lamb casings only, never pork. Wool is sold by the fleece or by the bag. I make felted beverage cozies and also lamb-fat candles, for sale at local farmer's markets (Dexter, Sprout! in Springfield, and the Lane Co. Farmer's Market in Eugene) Our lamb sausages can be found at Market of Choice and Kiva grocery.



Schedule and Location:

Dexter Lake Farmer's Market, May-September, at the lake on Sundays 11-3. Sprout! Market in Springfield, Fridays year 'round 3-7pm. Lane Coounty Farmer's Market

Schedule and Location:

We schedule guests by phone, call for information about what is ripe for picking.

We sell sausages by the case to local markets, we also ship our smoked sausages. Large quantities of wool are seasonally available at Spring shearing. Apples and pears may be offered by the ton to cider makers and other processors.



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