We raise Icelandic Sheep, and keep German Angora rabbits. Raising Icelandic Sheep in New England is how we keep our Vermont hill farm open and... entertaining! Keeping a hobby or spinning flock of sheep is surpriisingly easy when you choose a breed like the Iceland sheep. Icelandic sheep breeders in New England not only offer breeding stock, soft wool yarn, fleece and roving.... they offer onfarm clinics for beginners, hands on demonstrations at Vermont Farm Shows, and online stores where you can buy Icelandic fleece, roving, and wool yarn.
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Just starting out? Read our article You CAN Farm to get yourself going... or join our Sheep Bleat Tweet on Twitter! Keeping Icelandic sheep may not be the way to riches and glory, but for the part time small farmer the Icelandic sheep are "thrifty keepers" requiring little or no graining, hearty in New England's winter weather, and lamb readily and easily, frequently throwing twins. Icelandics come in 3 colors and an astonishing variety of patterns... enough to keep the hand spinner happy for years to come.
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