|Welcome to Happy Goat Lucky Ewe Fiber Farm!
We offer a fine selection of fleece and fibers from Michigan grown sheep and
goats. Our livestock produce soft-as-a-cloud cashmere and
wear-next-to-your-skin fine wool products such as socks and yarn.
When we attend shows we bring our fine yarn and spinners' roving from our
Romney girls. You will find that we have moved toward a finer fleece by
welcoming Larry, the Moorit California Variegated Mutant (CVM) ram to
our farm in 2014. We had six ewes lamb in May and we welcomed eight
babies: four males, four females; four colored lambs and four white.
We have both natural color merino CVM crosses and pure white Merino
ewes. The white wool is usually made into 3-ply worsted weight yarn. This
year I'll be bringing some fleeces to the Michigan Fiber Festival. They will
be $10 a pound, split into two four pound bags
Wool from our seven natural color ewes is made into Ruff Girl and Tuff Guy
socks. Soft and warm, you will want to give these as gifts to loved ones.
The farm shop is now open by appointment: Please call for diections:
The shop carries comforter batting, felted hats, coin purses and cell phone
covers. You will also find handspun and custom spun yarns and hand knitted
scarves. We also carry, ponchos, sweaters, baby blankets, socks and shawls.
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|Standard Poodle &
pups are here!
|This summer we have welcomed puppies from Boofenshcline
and Boba! This is new for us, and we are approaching this
cautiously. Before you lecture us about adopting from a
shelter, our two past family dogs were adopted first from the
Ingham County Animal Shelter in 1984 and the Capitol Area
Humane society in 1999. We loved our darling mutts. They
gave us joy and I recommend adopting from a shelter, always.
But, my dream has been to own a Standard Poodle - and she is
the absolute best pet ever. She's a lover, smart and easy. She's
a dream come true.
Enter my nephew Shane's hunting dog, a chocolate Lab named
Boba. We started talking about Larbradoodles. They were
originally bred to be service dogs for people with allergies.
Poodles don't shed, they have to be trimmed, or clipped. Many
people find the dander released from shedding dogs causes an
allergic reaction. Although poodles still produce dander, it's not
as impactful to sensitive people as that of a shedding dog.
Unfortunately, it cannot be guaranteed the mixed breed will be a
non-shedding dog. Thus, the cross has been rejected as a
service dog. BUT, bringing these two breeds together creates a
wonderful pet! They are confident family dogs. Labradoodles
are gentle, loyal and beautiful!
The commitment to own one
includes grooming every six
weeks and lots of exercise.
Boofie goes on a three mile
walk about four times a week.
The pups were born July 13 - we have five apricot and five
black! Five are female and five are male. We already have six
of ten pups claimed.. They are ready to go to their forever
homes on September 15, 2015.
Boofie is a wonderful dam and she has been very gentle and
attentive. New owners are welcome to visit their pups after
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on
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|Dyer balls at Beverly Rae's Boutique in Brighton, MI
|Dryer balls at Country Enchantments in Wyandotte, MI
|Dryer balls: AzenzaSalon and Spa in Birmingham, MI