Sponsor-a-Sheep
As our girls age, their fleece quality is not what it used to be.  We have some ewes that are over 14 years old and consider them in full "retirement", some will still have lambs, but not useable fleece.  These are ewes that have been on our farm all of their lives and we want them to live out their remaining time here. They spend their days with their daughters, grand -daughters and even great grand-daughters roaming the pastures and lounging under the trees.

If you would like to sponsor one of our retired girls the cost is $75 per year, this will help with her upkeep and you will get a set of 6 note cards with a photo of your sheep as well as our newsletter keeping you up to date with what is happening here on the farm.   If you are sponsoring a sheep for a gift we will also include the event or message on our website.


We are always happy to set up a visit to our farm, we ask that you make arrangements ahead of time so that we are able to give our undivided attention to making your visit enjoyable.

 

 

Lily was born March 21, 2002
She is a mix of English Leicester, Border Leicester, Merino and a few other breeds.  She has had 16 lambs over her life, and is a wonderful mother.
Available for Sponsorship

  Kelsey(on left)was born March 6,2002, she is one of Sadie's daughters and has a twin sister Dani.

Available for Sponsorship
 
 
Daisy was born November 30,2000.  She came to our farm with her friend Francis.  Daisy is mostly merino with a few other breeds mixed in.  She is a great mom, Lily is was her first lamb.

Available for Sponsorship

 
Molly was born February 21,2006 and is a purebred Cotswold ewe.  Cotswolds are an old and endangered breed of sheep that grow up to 12" of wool in a year. She once made the trip to WI Sheep and Wool Fest and was Champion in the Cotswold Breeding class.

Available for Sponsorship

Isabelle was born April 6, 2013 and is a mix of English Leicester, Salish, and Cheviot.  She frequently had triplets in her youth and has had 22 lambs over her life.

Available for Sponsorship
 
  Sadie was born on January 9, 2000.
She was one of our first two ewes.  She came home in a laundry basket in the back of the car.  She thinks she owns the place, and at her age she deserves all the special treatment that she wants.  She is often found in the yard, outside the fence, because she likes it that way.  She moves a little slower than she used to, but she can still break into a run for a treat.  She is the foundation for all of our brown sheep flock.


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  Hershey was born on April 6, 2005.  She was one of Kelsey's lambs.  She is mostly a cross of Leicester breeds. She had a career as a show sheep at the county fair in her youth.


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April was born on April fools day 2003.
She was our first bottle lamb and started out her life living in our mudroom.  She is the last of our ewes with horns. In this photo she is just about ready to lamb. Grand daughter of Sadie.

Available for Sponsorship 
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