Beneath the Blanket of Snow

Beneath the blanket of snow that covers our farm, lush pastures rest and wait.   Winter provides one the longest stretches of time when our pastures can rest before another grazing season begins. Rotational grazing is an important component in our sustainable farm practices. Each summer and fall, we utilize rotational grazing. We subdivide each of our fields into smaller … Read More

Favorite Posts of 2016

With 2016 drawing to a close, I thought I would take a peek at which posts you gravitated to the most in 2016. So here they are: Top Shepherding Posts How Can Sheep Survive Bitter Cold Weather-with Vermont winters, our flock must withstand snow, ice, and sometimes subzero weather. Here I shared the unique qualities that allow sheep to adapt … Read More

Four Distinct Eating Habits in Sheep & the Personality Traits That Go With Them

Eating habits and personality traits seem to go hand in hand when it comes to sheep. Here are four distinctly different eating habits, and the personalities that go with them, in my flock of Gotland sheep. Social eaters enjoy the company of family and friends while eating. Food is essential to bonding and social interactions. Social eaters put the needs of others … Read More

Last Minute Gifts for the Shepherd in Your Life

Last year, I gave you three gift ideas for the shepherd in your life. I thought I would add to that list for those of you still doing your holiday shopping. So here goes: Lamb Cam – During lambing season, we do round the clock barn checks to see if new lambs have arrived or if laboring moms are doing … Read More

Unique Gifts from the Farm

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Are you looking for a unique gift for someone special this holiday season? Here are some special gifts from our farm to you. Simply click on the title of the item and you will be directed to our online shop. Handwoven Gotland Wool Blanket made with our Gotland yarn by a local Vermont textile artist.   Gotland Curls Pillow hand felted … Read More

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