Our First Snow We had our first snow a couple of days ago while most of Vermont had temperatures above 40 degrees and rain. Our farm sits on a hillside at 1,800 feet and we often see snow when those just four miles away in town have rain. By noon, we had a foot of snow on the ground and … Read More

Our fiber class schedule is set for summer 2009! Visit our website for more information: http://www.grandviewfarmvt.net/VermontFiberRetreats.html Fiber Retreat and Class Schedules 2009 Lambs & Family Felting Come meet our new lambs and then join us for a family felting activity. Each family will make a felted wall hanging to take home.$25/family (one wall hanging) All children must be accompanied by … Read More

New Yarn CSA! Have you always wanted to own a lamb? Here is an opportunity to help us support two of our new ewe lambs. These lambs have beautiful silver grey fleeces that we will combine with our ewe named April to provide you with a delightfully soft and unique all natural yarn. By purchasing this yarn CSA, you will … Read More

We are very thankful for neighbors with tractors!! At last, the llama shelter is turned back over and is in its winter position.

Farm Life Challenges

Life on a farm is always interesting and full of new challenges. When we wake each morning we never know what the day will bring. Over the weekend, we moved all of our portable shelters into their winter locations. We have a small shed which becomes our rams’ quarters and then we have a large 8 ft. x 16 ft. … Read More

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