Severna Park, MD
No sheep or goats yet.
I raise Americana, Barred Plymouth Rock, Buff Orpington, and Rhode Island Red chickens.
Have farm-fresh eggs for your special omelets and those "to die for" cakes and pies.
Also have bee hives -- and sell pure honey from my Apiary -- in 16 oz. jars, 9 oz. jars and 6 oz. jars.
Have a cold? My honey and Jack Daniels will do wonders for your cold.
Call to arrange for some eggs and honey.
Breeding stock is available.
Have Leicester Longwool fleece and roving available for sale.
We raise Crossbred Ewes.
Have custom-processed freezer lamb, fleeces, and tanned sheepskin pelts.
A few years back, Cranberry Creek Fibers relocated from Carroll County, Maryland, to carve out a small farm in North Carolina. We still maintain strong ties to the Maryland area.
Though we recently dispersed the flock, we have limited amounts of Leicester Longwool fleeces, which consist of curly locks with a staple length of 5" or more. This longwool spews a high luster that gives jewel-tone hues when dyed.
Finished fibers include hand-spun and mill-spun yarns in natural and hand-dyed colors, core-spun yarn, roving, quilt batting in limited amounts, core-spun wool rugs, and dryer balls.
Woven here at our homestead, we also offer cotton & organic cotlin (cotton/linen blend) tea towels inspired by age-old designs, and reed baskets handmade with the needs of fiber artists in mind.
Mt. Airy, MD
We offer the following: custom-processed freezer lamb, fleeces, tanned sheepskin pelts, chickens, eggs, vegetables, honey, beef, hay and straw.
We have an On-Farm Market & Bakery -- providing our own vacuum-packed and labeled, pasture raised Black Angus beef by the cut, or halves or quarters.
Other products: poultry, lamb, laying hens and eggs, seasonal fruits, vegetables and flowers.
We provide bottled dairy products from Trickling Springs Creamery, in Chambersburg, as well as numerous artisan cheeses, preserves, our own fresh bake goods and breads, local honey, beeswax products, prepared specialty items, and so much more.
If you need hay and straw - we have a variety of hays and straw. Bales are the usual small square bales, plus large square bales 3'x3'x7', and round bales. Call Jeff England for hay: 240-674-2030.
Sheep breeds: Cheviot and Romney.
England Acres is a 1870’s working farm in Frederick County, Maryland. The farm is registered in the Maryland Ag. Preservation program -- and has continually been farmed since the land was originally cleared in the 1800’s.
We are located conveniently to the Maryland four county area of Howard, Montgomery, Frederick, and Carroll counties, just north off Route 70 and east of Rte. 75.
We look forward to meeting you at our working farm and unique market!
Check out the England Acres website -- it has a YouTube video, plus Slide Shows.
We raise very good 4-H Project Lambs and breeding stock.
Also have custom processed lamb (freezer lamb).
No sheep as of yet.
70 ewes. Border Leicester, Coopworth, Corriedale, Dorset, and Scottish Blackface. Breeding Stock, Crossbred ewes, and Freezer lamb.
Maryland Dept. of Agriculture -- Certified Organic Farm.
Have an extensive wool product line: various types of Yarn; Blankets; Roving; Sheepskins; Fleeces; Sweaters; Baby Booties; Gloves, and Hats.
Also have patterns for sweaters, vests, hats, socks; plus, unique buttons.
We have Open Houses at the Farm.
Check out the website for our full line of products.
I am an inspiring Veteran Farmer, looking to start a farm in MD. I attended the Veteran Farming Program in Alexandria, VA. I am a US Army Veteran.
As most know, the Livestock Auction had a bad fire more than a year ago. Everything has been re-built and the Auction is open for business.
Opens Tuesday, February 17, 2015 -- begin receiving livestock at 10:00 am -- Sale begins at 5:00 pm. All the large buyers will be there.
MONDAYS: Every Monday morning at 10:00am, hay, straw, firewood, and bagged feed auction. Hay and straw may be dropped off on Sunday and Monday morning before the sale.
Have a good location that is easy to access and exit with your truck and trailer. Bring a load or buy a load, or even a small lot. Many hay and straw lots are 30-35 bales in order to fit a pick-up truck. We welcome all buyers and sellers to attend. This has been a very successful sale for over 25 years.
TUESDAYS: Livestock sale, begins at 5:00 pm. Calves, lambs, sheep, goats, hogs, llamas, cattle (steers, feeder cattle, stock cows, bulls, and cull cows).
Receiving time for livestock is 9:00am till 6:00pm the day of the sale. We also have a list of haulers that you can hire for a fee. Any questions feel free to call.
THURSDAYS: 5:00pm, a small livestock and Misc. sale. Sale is open to anyone who would like to buy or sell. Sale consist of chickens, ducks, geese, pigeons, turkeys, peafowl, rabbits, etc.
At 5:00pm also have a produce and plant auction for items that are brought in for consignment. And, around 5:00 pm. also have a misc. auction which means anything someone brings in we will sell [farm related items, household, lawn and garden, etc.] Items accepted for this sale from 12:00pm till 5:30pm on the day of the sale.
FEEDER CATTLE SALES: On the 1st. and 3rd. Tuesdays in September, October, and November - have feeder cattle sales. Bring a load or buy a load or just a few if that is what you need. Any questions, please give us a call! Sale starts between 6:00 and 7:00 pm.
BRING 8 OR MORE CATTLE, AND WE WILL SPLIT THE HEAD CHARGE WITH YOU!
Any questions, please call: