The Icelandic sheep is one of the world's oldest and purest breeds of sheep. Throughout its 1100 years of history, the Icelandic breed has been truly triple-purpose, treasured for its meat, fiber and milk.
The fleece is dual-coated and comes in white as well as a range of browns, grays and blacks.
Our chickens lay green and brown eggs with deep orange yolks. Our hens are kept in a large pen, which offers internal barn space, and an outside run to protect them from predators. They see the sunlight and feel the wind every day of their natural lives. We are in the process of transitioning to non-gmo feed and pasture containment.
While our produce is not certified organic, we do use natural practices. We only use organically certified agents for growing our crops. We take a very hands-on approach so that you and your family can eat without concern.
We plan to sell at the Farmer's market each Saturday from Mid-May through the end of October at the Charlie Daniels Park in Mt. Juliet:
1100 Charlie Daniels Parkway
Mt. Juliet, TN 37122
We grow our own peppers on our farm and make delicious pepper jelly from them. We plan to expand our jelly line using other produce from our farm in the future.
We are planning to participate in the following Fiber Festivals this year:
Eastside Fiber Festival - Sept. 17th, 9am-4pm Isaac Litton Alumni Center, 4500 Gallatin Pike, Nashville, TN www.eastsidefiberfestival.com
Fiber in the Boro - Oct. 22, 9am-5pm Lane Agricultural Center Murfreesboro, TN
There we will have raw fleece, yarn, and up-cycled crafts for sale