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, 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 yarns, pastured lamb, registered breeding stock and beginning and ongoing shepherding and climate beneficial fiber education.
In light of the "stay at home" order in place for all of Washington State as of Monday, March 23rd, we are not accepting any visitors to the farm for the foreseeable future, the one exception is driveway pickup of an online order. If you email the farm requesting a visit, no reply email will follow. Our time is valuable and our first responsibility is to the care of our flock. We must stay healthy in order to continue to do what we do well and we need you to stay home.
If your name is on the waitlist to purchase sheep, you will be contacted individually about sheep availability once all lambs have been born and based on your place on the waitlist.
Our next lamb harvest is scheduled for early June. If you're interested in purchasing a pastured lamb for your freezer, contact us to have your name added to the interest list.
Click here for the farm's May newsletter.
Registration is on hold for our 2020 Beginning Shepherding course dates
These courses are contingent upon the course of COVID-19, the health and safety of our community and state laws pertaining to gatherings. We may reschedule course dates for later in 2020. If you have any questions, please contact the farm.
Lambs are here!
We have a wait list for breeding stock and fiber flocks. Email the farm for more information.