Sarah is the owner/operator of Vermont Natural Sheepskins. She is an avid knitter and knitwear designer. She also enjoys cooking and gardening.
Blaze, our first ram, is a two year old Navajo-Churro ram that we purchased from Orion Rising Farm in South… Read More »Getting Our First Sire Feels Like Wham, Bam, Thank You, Ram
Since our last post, we’ve gotten our little freshman farm business off the ground. In the spring we fenced a… Read More »Freshman Farm: A Year of Being Shepherds
As with any new undertaking, the addition of livestock to our lives has involved some adjustments and has given us… Read More »Do Sheep Playing Dead? Of Course They Wouldn’t
A week ago, Don and Sue Mellen of Autumn Mountain Farm delivered our two gelding llamas, Guinness and Kuzco, to… Read More »Sheep & Llamas Making Friends As Animals and Farmers Figure Each Other Out
It’s a funny thing when Rick and I start brainstorming about the projects we want to take on. Our ideas… Read More »Llamas to Protect Our Flock of Sheep from Predators
This is a fairly standard vegetarian stuffed pepper recipe, but I wanted to write it down with the proportions I… Read More »Vegetarian Southwest Stuffed Peppers are a Meal in Themselves
Pesto Pasta with Peas. That’s a Mouthful. This alliterative recipe is a quick, easy summertime favorite. Serves 4 as a… Read More »Pesto Pasta with Peas. Bet You Can’t Say it Five Times Fast