We are a small family farm raising registered Icelandic sheep, Muscovy Ducks, chickens and Geese, and cows. Natural and organic fed, pastured raised. Our sheep are fed alfalfa hay that has a mix with another grass when needed and they also graze the fields. No grain is ever given to our sheep as it is just not needed. They are also given molasses and organic apple cider vinegar in the water as it gives them good additional nutrition and digestion, and is great for the fleece. Next year we will be offering beautiful raw fleece for spinners. Our geese, ducks and chickens are also getting the molasses and apple cider vinegar along with omegas. Our guardians are our two llamas, Jack and Elliot. They don't spit and are very gentle around people. We are very fortunate to have them on the farm with us. All of our meat is USDA inspected and packaged. We sell our lamb for $6.75 per pound, hanging weight, whole or half. If you would like butchered cuts there is a $60.00 kill, cut, wrap fee we have due to the increasing costs. Cuts include the Frenched rack. A great savings compared to stores these days and we are farm fresh and natural. We can ship your order anywhere in the USA. We have breeding season just getting ready to start, a waiting list for lamb meat and hopefully enough lambs left over for at least two starter flocks for a new home. Check out our website for more information as to what we are doing and get in touch with us if you're interested in any of our sheep that will be available.
Reserve your place for next year for our registered Icelandic lambs. We will be having some beautiful lambs born who will be hoping to make a new farm their home. Coming soon starting this april 2014. We do not let our lambs go till they have been with their mothers for at least 3 months and are naturally weaned. All of our gourmet lamb meat is sold at this time, and we will not have any for sale till 2015. We now have a beautiful 100 year old apple orchard for u-pick at $0.50 per pound.
Registered Icelandic Sheep, Fleece (raw ), eggs (Summer and Fall), Lamb meat we raise for meat distribution.
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This was a great year!
This was a great year for us as far as the new lambs went. We had all of our ewes except two pregnant from unknown sources. We heard there were 3-5 rams possibly responsible, but nobody is talking.... [more]