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Grown, really! But earlier this month, we got to meet Kathleen and Amanda at New York Makers. New York Makers is a magazine and online store that features New York artisans, and these ladies visit the makers to see ‘how it’s made.’ Kathleen wrote a great article and Amanda got some great photos, so we’re […]
This is a great question – and one we get often. Wool is made from protein, just like your hair or fingernails. So chances are, your body is already quite familiar with these! But unlike hair, wool isn’t a smooth fiber! If you look at a wool fiber under a microscope, it has scales that […]
Being a father is an important job, which is why it doesn’t go to just any ram. We’re looking for one that has a great fleece – superfine, super soft, bright white and clean, with consistent crimp the whole way through. We’re looking for one that has good confirmation, which means that he has straight […]
How do sheep stay cool in the warm weather? Many different ways! First, they always have cool water and shade, which are very important. Here, they’ve found a cool spot under the trees by the pond to take advantage of a cool breeze. They take advantage of their natural air conditioning – exchanging hot air in […]
Welcome to our new website! Morehouse Farm is located in the Hudson River Valley in New York State. It began in 1983 with the purchase of the Champion Merino sheep flock at the National Merino Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We will be updating our blog throughout the week and look forward to bringing you fresh […]