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Hidden Meadow Ranch

Fine Hand-spinning Fleece

25.00
per 6-8 lbs

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Hidden Meadow Ranch
20134 E Stackpole Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98274
Friday, May 18th
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Description

Fine to very fine fleeces with fine to medium crimp. Some down genetics, so lots of bounce. Only clean and sturdy fleeces are for sale. If you are interested in others for craft projects, contact the farm. Black, charcoal, silver, white, and variegated.

Practices

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Pickup details

You will need to meet Hidden Meadow Ranch at Hidden Meadow Ranch on Friday, May 18th between 8:00 AM & 8:00 PM.

Here is further information on this pick up location:
Hidden Meadow Ranch
20134 E Stackpole Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98274

Home Farm pick-up for Backyard Laying Hens, live lambs, and USDA packaged meat. The driveway is steep: take it confidently.

You are responsible for showing up during the above time window. If you have any questions, send us a mail @ hello@barn2door.com.

Meet your farmer
Hidden Meadow Ranch

Hidden Meadow Ranch

Hidden Meadow Ranch is a family farm has been raising sheep and poultry in the rich Skagit Valley for 20 years. It is our goal to raise the best-tasting meat you have ever had. We enjoy gourmet food and believe the best-tasting food starts with the best ingredients. We believe the best-tasting meat comes from healthy, happy animals. We raise pastured and grass fed lamb and free-range poultry. Our lamb is generally sold by the whole or the half, and custom packaged to your meal specifications. We have been selectively breeding our sheep for nice dispositions, disease resistance and well-muscled bodies. We raise chickens to sell for backyard egg layers. We shear our sheep in March/April. The fleeces are fine to very fine, variegated and white, with a tight crimp and lots of bounce.