106 small square bales of hay for second cutting this year from our 5 acre hay field. This compares to about 170 bales in a normal year. Good thing we kept some of our first cutting. We still have sheep for sale--please see an updated sales list on our sales tab. The NASSA sales site is also recently updated. I will send photos and more information to any who request them. We have a selection of several colors and fleece types and also still have a few yearling ewes available. I am busy with the garden and busy washing fleeces and dyeing yarn before the weather gets cold. I am trying the suint method for the first wash on each fleece this year. More on that later. Pictured above are Chaucer and Dante, two of our ram lambs for sale. Pictured below are Mona Lisa (front), one of our yearling ewes for sale, with her mother Mia Blanca (back) who is already sold. We are keeping Mia's 2013 daughters.
Jeanne Dukerschein loves animals and also has enjoyed lifelong interests in fiber arts, nature, and writing. In 2006, she learned to spin her own yarns and purchased her first Shetland ewe. Her poetry and fiber art, as well as her 20-year career as a freshwater biologist, carry common themes of nature, ecology, and