I started my flock in 1992 with three Jacob sheep. Over the years my flock grew to about 40 but stayed around 20 for many years. I am now down to 11 sheep. The ones that remain are getting older. … Continue reading
Spring is a time to look forward to new beginnings. I just came back the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival where I met with many of my sheep and fiber friends. Happy Spring Everyone!
Thought I would repost this article featured in NJ Skylands Magazine from a few years ago. Jacob Sheep
I’ve been raising Jacob sheep since 1992. Over the years I have had those few sheep whom where very special to me. To honor those sheep, I create a garment for me to wear from their last fleece. It gives me comfort to … Continue reading
I captured the whole shearing on my GoPro camera. The time lapse video captured two hours in just 2 minutes. I hope you enjoy the show.
We had a beautiful day and plenty of friends and family to help make the event flawless. Many thanks to those who come back year after year to help.
Hard to believe our tiny festival started 21 years ago. While still small by other festival standards, it’s still offers something for everyone. My favorite is watching the younger generations getting involved in raising and showing their sheep. Here are … Continue reading
The winter was very hard on the deer this winter. Many came next to our house for food and shelter. Today I found a gift of two perfect antlers from a six point buck.
It has been another rough winter on the farm. Many of my four legged kids are getting long in the tooth including me. The month of February and March were very cold with a lot of snow and ice. The youngest … Continue reading
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The story began in the fall of 2010 when I was looking to buy an older and seasoned trail horse. A friend of mine had just purchased a little horse from Camelot. I like the idea of adopting rescues. We … Continue reading