About our sheep:
We raise sheep for meat, fiber and milk. We keep a flock of 30-45 breeding ewes (predominantly East Friesian, with Awassi, Forest Clun, and Icelandic crosses thrown into the mix). Our lambs stay with their mothers for 30-45 days, and then are weaned and brought onto pasture, where we rotationally graze them, moving them onto fresh pasture every 1-2 days. We give them only tiny amounts of organic grain for training purposes, other than that, they eat only grass, seaweed, and, in the fall, tons of organic apple drops from our orchard.
We sell our lamb at the Montpelier Farmers Market and at our farm store. In the fall we offer whole and half lambs. Contact us to order.