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Catoctin View Farm
2630 Point of Rocks Road
Knoxville, MD
21758
Shelly Geasler & Pete Roe

15 Ewes.  Suffolk, Romney, and Natural Colored breeding stock, custom-processed freezer lamb, and 4-H project lambs.

Also provide white, dyed, and natural colored roving, and fleeces.

Photo: Left - Jamie Roe with her reserve champion Suffolk Ewe.  Right - Bailey Roe with her champion Romney Ewe.

301-676-9400
301-676-9400
Custom Processed Lamb Meat
Freezer Lambs
Club Lambs, Project Lambs
Romney, Suffolk
Fleeces, Hand Spun yarn, Roving
Cavey Family Sheep and Wool Co.
2640 Marston Road
New Windsor, MD
21776
Liz & Gary Cavey

Home of Registered Montadale Sheep.

We offer Montadale breeding stock -- ram lambs, ewe lambs, and yearlings.

Farm tours.

Custom spun hand-dyed yarn; plus, hand-knit sweaters, hats, neck warmers, shawls, etc.

410-635-2459
443-547-5358
Farm Tours
Montadale
Hand Spun yarn, Hand-Knit Sweaters, Neck Warmers, Shawls, Woolen Handknits
Chamelin Shearing Services/Aerie Farm East
3230 Eckard Road
Westminster, MD
21157
Emily Chamelin, Kevin Hickman

Emily is a full-time Professional sheep shearer working throughout Maryland, and surrounding states.  Care is taken to provide a quality wool clip as well as provide a good shearing experience for all.

Emily is experienced and knowledgeable about show fleeces, and care is taken to provide every producer with a high quality product.  She participates in the ASI Wool Quality Program, and has worked and trained with some of the top shearers in the country. Emily has also competed internationally as a member of the USA shearing team on two occations in New Zealand and Ireland.

Feel free to call or e-mail at any time to schedule a shearing date (the earlier the better), or if you have any questions.  Please visit my website listed above, to read more about the services.

Emily has access to bulk wool and fleeces and can help refer spinners to breeders with fleeces if she does not have what you are looking for.  Emily also helps smaller producers find and lease rams for breeding.  Contact Emily for more information.

Emily is also a wool buyer, operating as a pool in the region to provide a convinient wool selling experience. Emily sources wool for multiple buyers and works hard to help farmers maximize their wool check. She is happy to buy wool or help sell your clip even if she does not shear your sheep. She is happy to work with any producers in the region who need help selling wool or who are discouraged by their current wool sales situation.

http://www.chamelinshearing.org
1-443-244-2702
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Custom Processed Lamb Meat, Ram & Ewe Breeding Services, Ram Leasing, Sheep, Goat, & Alpaca Shearing Services
Tanned Sheepskin Pelts
Border Leicester, Cheviot
Fleeces
Chestnut Creek Farm
3610 Baker Road
Westminster, MD
21157
Jeff & Jan White

Chestnut Creek Farm was established in 2005 by Jeffrey and Jan White.  The 64-acre farm located in Carroll County is compromised of rolling forested hills, flat lowland meadows, fields in production, a fish pond, and several streams.  The majority of tillable acreage is kept in corn and soybeans using no-till farming.

The fields nearest the farmstead rotate between vegetables grown for the family and farmers market and legumes (to restore soil quality).  Blueberry bushes were planted in 2007 and came into production in 2010.

A small fruit  orchard comprised of apple, peach, pear and plum trees has been started.

We also raise some pastured turkeys that are available in November for Thanksgiving.

Raise Katahdin ewes, and Katahdin/Dorper crossbreds.

Photo:  An attentive Katahdin ewe with her triplet lambs.

Breeding stock is available.

We offer up to 40 CSA memberships.

http://www.chestnutcreekfarm.com
410-746-5768
410-259-3023
CSA Memberships (Community Sustained Agriculture), Custom Processed Lamb Meat
Freezer Lambs, Vegetables
Dorper and White Dorper, Katahdin
Heritage Breed Turkeys
Fish Pond, Orchard
Cold Spring Farm
7353 Flowing Springs Road
Shenandoah Junction, Va
25442
Bernadine & Harry Barr

We raise Border Leicester, Corriedale, and Romney Sheep.

304-876-2257
Border Leicester, Corriedale, Romney
Conley Sheep Farm
22820 Peach Tree Road
Boyds, MD
20841
Carol Conley

We raise Crossbred Ewes.

Have custom-processed freezer lamb, fleeces, and tanned sheepskin pelts.

301-515-1889
Custom Processed Lamb Meat
Freezer Lambs, Tanned Sheepskin Pelts
Fleeces
Hand-spun in natural colors
4521 Stack Road
Monroe, NC
28112
Roger & Mary Bare

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.

Facebook:   www.facebook.com/cranberrycreekfibers/
Instagram: cranberry_creek_fibers
 

Fibers of rare breed sheep, handwovens, basketry
https://www.cranberrycreekfibers.net
Creamer Farm
100 Weller Circle, Apt 320
Westminster, MD
21157
Sylvia Creamer Peterson

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.

410-854-0179
Cullenstone Farm
40 Berry's Ferry Road -- PO Box 81
White Post, VA
22663
Seth & Sarah MacKay-Smith

We are a family-business farm located in Clarke County, Virginia, just seventy miles due west of Washington, DC in the northern Shenandoah Valley.

Our family has been farming in Virginia for generations, and we are working to continue that tradition and preserve our farmland.

We have 27 Horned Dorset, Coopworth, Tunis and crossbred ewes.
Breeding stock is available.

Sell custom-processed freezer lamb, chicken eggs and duck eggs.

Also provide horse pasture boarding in a safe, peaceful farm environment for your horse in Clarke County, Virginia.

http://www.cullenstone.com
540-837-2529
Custom Processed Lamb Meat, Horse Pasture Boarding
Duck Eggs, Eggs, Freezer Lambs
Coopworth, Dorset, Tunis
Dinsmore Club Lambs
5842 Broad Run Road
Jefferson, MD
21755
Robert Dinsmore

We have 50 Hampshire and Shropshire Ewes.  Can provide registered breeding stock.

4-H Project Lambs (Club lambs); custom-processed freezer lamb; and fleeces.  Also, Ram leasing.

Photo:  Robert Dinsmore (left), was the Sheep Judge at the Garrett County Fair.  Ethan Broadwater with his champion 4-H market lamb.

Robert Dinsmore is a certified sheep and goat judge, and judges many County Fairs, State Fairs, and National Shows.

http://www.sheepman.com
301-662-4197
301-471-5499
Custom Processed Lamb Meat, Ram & Ewe Breeding Services, Ram Leasing
Freezer Lambs, Tanned Sheepskin Pelts
Club Lambs, Project Lambs
Hampshire, Shropshire
Fleeces