My Cormo ram, Pyt, has found a new home. He left along with my beautiful silver 98% Wensleydale ram and 2 of my 93% black rams. These are all excellent rams with great fleeces and confirmation. I have had lots of really nice lambs by them. I will be introducing … Read More
Fall is over and winter is on it’s way. Rug on the Toika. This flower has refused to die. Winter colors in the shop.
New fibers listed in the shop. Also, I have enabled the Etsy Direct Checkout for those who prefer to not use Paypal to checkout. I have carded a bunch of Cormo art batts for spinning. I will be listing some of the handspun yarn in the shop too! The sheep are … Read More
Fall is here and shearing will start soon for the Wensleydales. …A few fleece “on the hoof” photos I took while checking the sheep. There has been quite a bit of dyeing going on lately. Some is listed in the shop. Lots more to still list. Wensleydale locks … Read More
The summer is coming to an end. I can feel fall in the air. The end of summer brings one good thing, the end of the parasites that have been plaguing the sheep! I have been doing weekly sheep health checkups. Everyone is doing GREAT, but this has been a … Read More
I have some breeding stock and wethers (fiber pets) available. The ewe in the photo below is one who is on the sale list. She is so beautiful and comes from UK lines. Her sire is Grand Master Flash. He is a UK ram. I am hoping to downsize a … Read More
The first cutting of hay is baled and stacked in the barn. We got it cut and baled just before the rains. There are a few wagon loads and lots of round bales. Got some spinning done… I take lots of photos (not just of sheep and fiber). We were exploring … Read More
I have listed new dyed locks listed in the online farm shop. The dark Wensleydale locks are from a black/silver fleece and I over dyed them with a mix of purples. Lots of hot weather, rain, and foggy mornings lately. The fleeces are growing…and so are the weeds… The towels are … Read More
The lambs are growing fast! We have several high percentage Wensleydales available. Leave a comment on this post for more info.
Just to update everyone… There are several ewes bred for the 2015 lambing season. Lambs are due late spring (April-May). If you are looking for a fiber animal, I have a few really nice wethers available.