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Our beginnings started with one Border Leicester ewe we named Maggie that Doug and I purchased at the NYS Sheep and Wool Festival, Rhinebeck, NY in October of 2007. Little did we know this one purchase would lead to a lifetime of sheep farming!  Maggie was bred and delivered one little lamb, our mascot, Will in 2008.

Since then, we have increased our flock to include not only registered Border Leicester but Bluefaced Leicester, Finnsheep and 2 Shetland lambs.  All are outstanding and each a hand spinner’s delight.

I started knitting at a very early age and immediately LOVED it and never stopped!!  Taught by my step grandmother, we would sit for hours together either knitting or crocheting.  I loved watching her produce such superb, immaculate garments and bedspreads.  Years and years later, I decided to enter into competitions and graciously have won many awards for my hand knitted and crocheted garments and hand-spun yarn from 1st place to 4th place at the Wayne County Fair, Honesdale, PA, Little World’s Fair, Grahamsville, NY and the NY Sheep and Wool Festival, Rhinebeck, NY.  My biggest accomplishment to this day is winning my first blue ribbon in hand spinning competition at the 2014 Sheep and Wool Festival at Rhinebeck.  Compliments of my dearest sweet Meg, her fleece is outstanding, and I prize her and her wool everyday.  Being self taught in hand spinning and spending countless hours practicing and NEVER giving up, I finally achieved my goal of a blue ribbon at Rhinebeck.

Other farm-mates include our Arabian horse, Beau, our English Shepard, Bridgette, our Beagle, Sadie and 2 very lovable Dachshunds, Penny and Gretchen.

Check out “The Wooly Blog” where I write about everyday life on a sheep farm!



Springtime grazing with buttercups!
Our Finnsheep lambs
Ribbons Gail won
Ribbons won at NYS 2014 Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival
Will with favorite guardian dog Zach
Grazing...our favorite thing to do!
Border Leicester roving