GALLERY

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Pasture Grazing
Pasture Grazing

Yum - fresh grass all season long.

Corrie & Gwen
Corrie & Gwen

Wind Ridge Farm dogs help us keep an eye on the animals.

Wind Ridge Farm | Ripe Raspberry
Wind Ridge Farm | Ripe Raspberry

A single, beautiful, ripe raspberry.

Wind Ridge Farm | Sheep & Lamb
Wind Ridge Farm | Sheep & Lamb

Our fine wool sheep are quite the characters.

Wind Ridge Farm | Shorn Sheep
Wind Ridge Farm | Shorn Sheep

Thank you Murray for letting us harvest your wool!

Wind Ridge Farm | Raspberries
Wind Ridge Farm | Raspberries

A bowl of fresh, ripe raspberries. It doesn't get much better than this.

Wind Ridge Farm | Lambs
Wind Ridge Farm | Lambs

Our lambs are raised for either wool or meat, depending on a variety of factors.

Wind Ridge Farm | Wool
Wind Ridge Farm | Wool

Yes, this used to be on a sheep, and is on it's way to be spun into fine wool for knitting.

Wind Ridge Farm | Ripe Raspberry
Wind Ridge Farm | Ripe Raspberry

Mouth-watering raspberries - ready for harvest.

Wind Ridge Farm | Wool Skeins
Wind Ridge Farm | Wool Skeins

Fine wool - naturally dyed different colors. Pick your favorite.

Wind Ridge Farm | Angora Rabbit
Wind Ridge Farm | Angora Rabbit

Sometimes sheep wool needs a little softening. We raise Angora rabbits for just this reason.

Wind Ridge Farm | Raspberry Bush
Wind Ridge Farm | Raspberry Bush

Careful cultivation allows bushes to be super-producers.

White Porcupine
White Porcupine

We feel honored to share our farm with an albino porcupine.

Roving
Roving

Natural balls of roving. Ready for pspi

Here are some scenes of Wind Ridge Farm

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Our farm is both a respite as well as a busy place.  Enjoy pictures of the farm in action - sheep, rabbits, dogs, raspberries.  We use manure from our horses and rabbits as fertilizer.  We rotate the sheep on pasture, so they have fresh grazing throughout the season.  The dogs help us with our chores, and the chickens lay eggs for us to eat.