Lambs are due in April 2021.
Sign up for the Icelandic and Shetland breeding stock and fiber animal waitlist now.
The Farm of Lydia's Flock is located in the Squalicum Valley of NW Washington State just east of Bellingham, WA, 90 miles north of Seattle and an hour south of Vancouver, British Columbia, where we pasture raise our flock of registered Icelandic and Shetland sheep using regenerative agricultural methods focusing on happy sheep and healthy soil in the production of single source small batch yarn and fiber products, pastured lamb, registered breeding stock and beginning and ongoing shepherding education.
Lydia’s Flock does not tolerate, support, or endorse discriminatory behavior, racist beliefs or actions in any form by any person at any time towards People of Color and those who identify as LGBTQ+. This farm is an inclusive and supportive place of learning for all in our community and hate is never welcome here.
We are not accepting any visitors to the farm at this time with the exception of farm pickup for online orders.
NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS
Read our March 2021 newsletter.
We're now accepting deposits for our June lamb harvest. More details and sign up information can be found here.
We are now taking reservations for our 2021 breeding stock and fiber sheep. See our sheep for sale page for specifics and sign up for our monthly newsletter to receive lambing and sheep sale updates beginning in Spring 2021.