100% USA made and raised fiber creations - each are a unique work of art! Mohair/wool blend roving, batts, knitting and weaving yarns (including corespun yarn) in natural and hand dyed colors. Stuffing fiber, felting color packs, Pot Woolies (for plant pot drainage), washable sheep skins, Angora goat skins, catnip, seasonal herbs. All animals live full long lives here at the farm thus many are geriatrics and/or rescues. Beautiful, quality fiber products are produced on a small family farm while treating all our animals humanely and with respect. All fiber products are labeled with breed and name of animal/ source farm used. The farm is a Livestock Conservancy member raising and/or selling products from heritage breeds such as shetland sheep, Australorp, Ameraucana, Delaware and Dominique eggs. Eating eggs are available most good weather days at the street or call/email to verify availability - we'll put them in a cooler closer to the house to save them for you.
Mohair & heritage breed wool blended roving (for felting, spinning, rug making or knitting) & millspun (including corespun)/ handspun yarns - 100% USA raised and made. Fiber from our flock or other small family farms; created in Hunterdon County NJ; fiber CSA's. Fiber products are labeled with breed and name of animal/ source farm used. Catnip available year round. Farm is a Livestock Conservancy & GSSB member. Our animals goats/ sheep often live to 15 years, chickens >10.
Season: January through January
Type: single farm
Full Share: see web site for details, many options. https://www.mohair-fiber.com/csa/
1/2 Share: see web site for details, many options. https://www.mohair-fiber.com/csa/
Work Req? No
Hampton NJ, M-Su 9-5 other hours by appointment
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