OUR STORY

SHETLAND SHEEP SINCE 2007

Our small family farm has been raising Shetland sheep for almost 15 years in the town of Plainfield, NH.  We're captivated by their friendly and quirky personalities, as well as their beautiful fleeces.  Our sheep have taught us life lessons and provided laughs along the way.  The lambs born on the farm are raised by our five girls and travel to compete in local and national 4-H shows. We love Shetlands and you will too!  

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MORE ABOUT OUR FARM

Our sheep are pasture-raised with love in Plainfield NH.  They have grown up alongside the girls and are well-socialized and friendly. We take great care to ensure their daily needs are met and that their fleeces are kept clean and beautiful year-round.

If you've never tried spinning with Shetland roving or knitting with Shetland yarn, you should give it a go! The abundance of long, crimped fibers in the soft fleece makes it a joy to spin and the variety of natural colors creates stunning yarn. Our yarns are the same color as the sheep who grew them, and they make warm and beautiful sweaters, scarves, hats, or other knitted projects!  We also sell batt and pin roving, along with assorted wool products.  Our roving is suitable for spinning or other uses including felting projects.

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OUR QUALITY FLOCK

Not only are our sheep friendly and pretty to look at in the pasture, they have traveled to local and regional fairs in New England where they have earned awards for excellence in their breed. Pictured to the left is Bramble, one of our Shetland rams at the Big E Fair in 2017 with his Grand Champion Ram ribbon.  His mother Dahlia was crowned Grand Champion Ewe at the Rochester NH fair two years running.

CHECK OUT OUR SHEEP ON YOUTUBE

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Five Sisters Farm participates in the Livestock Conservancy's Shave 'em to Save 'em initiative.  Fiber artists can register for the program by visiting livestockconservancy.org 

You can earn a sticker for purchasing 4 ounces of fiber (yarn, roving, batting, fleece) from a participating producer like us (Shetlands are now on the Recovering Breeds list).  Make sure to let us know so we can send you a sticker with your order!

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