We are located on 62 acres in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains. It is truly a family affair with three generations living and working to sustain our small fiber farm. We raise registered huacaya alpacas, Nubian dairy goats, registered Romney sheep, and French angora rabbits as well as a large flock of heritage and commercial breed pastured, free range chickens. At present we are not in the business of commercial production but are set up as a self sustaining farm where we sell our excess. All of our livestock are raised on pasture alone between April and October and have year round access to fenced yards so they are never locked in pens. We try to raise them as close as possible to their natural way of life. In 2009 we began offering pasture raised lamb which is available Spring through Fall. 2011 brought our first attempt in raising Freedom Ranger chickens which were pasture raised through the spring and summer and processed in the early Fall. The response was overwhelming and we are planning to raise even more for the 2012 season. We also produce our own milk and cheese but our concentration is on fiber which we shear, wash, and process (card, blend, spin, etc.)ourselves. We have three types of fiber available (raw or carded)and are always willing to share our experience. We are open for farm tours and usually have a few fiber bearing animals available for those who also wish to raise their own.
Small family run farm committed to providing fair pricing on a variety of quality wool and fiber products grown especially for handspinners by handspinners. Now offering quality pasture raised lamb and chicken on a limited basis.
Every Saturday in the M&T Bank parking lot in Little Falls
Between 9 AM-12NOON
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