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Spinnakees Fiber Farm is located in Augusta, Maine on Togus Pond. This farm believes in raising healthy & happy Olde English "Babydoll" Southdown sheep, German Angora rabbits and Cochen Chickens (fresh eggs!).

 

Support your local Maine Farm.  Buy a $120 share of fiber for $100 and spend it on fiber products or raw fiber?

2013 we will have lambs in April. We also have a fiber room full of beautiful yarns, roving, raw fiber and product from our critters. When you visit tell me you have seen this article and receive 10% off your purchases.

Why buy our Maine sheep? Our sheep are small, chubby, friendly and a primitive breed that are very healthy! We have been involved in the hoof study for the eastern coast and people who worked on my sheep were amazed with the small amount of hoof growth and how healthy their hooves were. Spinnakees Farm is enrolled in the Scrapie Program. This program is offering Genotype Testing and Enhanced Scrapie Surveillance.

Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:30 pm fiber artists are invited to join us at Spinnakees Fiber Farm for coffee, knitting, felting or just to talk and share your interests. Our group has beginners to advanced knitters, felters, crocheters, and ladies who just want to learn something new. Call and come early and I'll give you a tour of our farm.

Contact Betty Stover at Spinnakees Farm for any information about her healthy & happy Olde English "Babydoll" Southdown sheep, Cochen chickens and German Angora rabbits. We love visitors who might want the experience of hand feeding our critters. I believe the more contact my pets have the more socialized they will become. Spinnakees Fiber Farm is a one stop deal - Happy & Healthy Sheep, Rabbits and chickens (fresh eggs) - The nicest yarns and fibers in Maine, and don't forget 10% off all of our purchases, if you mention your visit to my website and you come to Spinnakees Farm!

New for Spinnakees Fiber Farm for 2013:  Super Bulky Yarn, & Farm working tours.

Betty