Look at those faces! I know they are mine but aren't they precious?
Every year we go to a sheep farm that is separated from us by a strip of swamp land. Join us won't you.
Ovis Hill Farm Website
We love the farm. Charlie and Alice Caldwell own it and it is truly beautiful. They share the farm with the schools in our area, and it is a great learning experience for all. Children get to see where the wool comes from, see how butter is made, see how the bees make honey and see fresh produce, and of course farm fresh eggs.
Every year they have a Farm Festival and we do enjoy going. Please check out their Facebook link above and if in our area pay them a visit. They have a store that sells organic produce, fresh milk from a local dairy, meats, all sorts of goods. The beauty of the farm is worth the trip.
Petting all of the beautiful animals
Watching them hatch
Look where the honey comes from...
Arts and Crafts, Fiber Arts, Border Collie Demo, Sheep Shearing and more!
Talking about his sheep shearing...
The sheep in the shearing pen
beautiful work and yarns
I could watch someone spin and quilt for hours
~ Going on a Hay Ride to see and hear about the farm activities ~
A special thank you to the Ovis Hill Farm for having this festival and sharing with us all!