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.
30 Registered White Merino Ewes, and Registered Natural Colored Merino Ewes.
We provide the following:
Merino breeding stock -- lambs and yearlings for both show and production.
Specialize in fall-born Merino lambs.
Covered fleeces for spinning and felting in many colors.
Tanned Sheepskin Pelts.
Custom-Processed Freezer Lamb.
4-H Club (Project) Lambs.
We raise and provide the following:
Red Angus-Limousine Crossbred Cattle, calves, and steers -- an excellent crossbred combination, that provides good growth, with the needed marbling.
We can provide custom processed halves and quarters -- cut and packaged anyway you want. Call to discuss.
Boer Goats. We have Boer Goat breeding stock (21 does and 4 bucks), 4-H Project Goats, and can assist with buck leasing.
We also raise Pygmy Goats.
Contact us to arrange for custom processed goat meat.
Custom made wool Afghans.
Check out our website for photos of our goats, cattle, barns, pens, etc.
Pam Adams is the President of the PA-MD-WV Meat Goat Association.
The Meat Goat Association's website: www.meatgoat.biz
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.
Lifetime FCSB Member. Retired Shepherd - no sheep. Sylvia and her late husband Pete Creamer have been an inspiration and were mentors to many new shepherds in the area.
Sylvia established the "Pete Creamer Memorial Shearing Scholarship Fund".
If you're interested in learning to shear and want to attend the Maryland Shearing School, contact Dawn Richardson, the FCSB Treasurer for information that will pay the registration fees for both the Beginner School and the Advanced Shearing School.
David Greene (Master Shepherd) operates the Shearing School. Call David Greene at: 410-329-6241. The two Shearing Schools are sponsored by the Maryland Sheep Breeders Association.
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.
Cashmere Goats, and natural Cashmere Yarn.
Crabbet Arabian Horses, horse pasture boarding, and riding lessons. Foals are available.
A Koi Fish Pond.
Check out our website for more information.
Hosted the 2011 FCSB Annual Picnic on a Sunday in June, 2011.