We're very lucky to have 30 of this critically endangered breed of sheep, originally from the Channel Islands of California, the rarest sheep in America. They produce an amazing soft fleece, that is sought after by hand spinners because if its crimp. White and black raw fleeces are available after our sheering which usually happens in spring. Check out the Legacy Farm Updates page for more info.
More Information on the Sheep:
More Information Santa Cruz Island Fleece
Interested in Buying Santa Cruz Island Fleece?
At Legacy Farm we sell Santa Cruz Island Fleece. To learn more about purchasing our fleece please click on the link below to get in touch with us.Purchase Fleece
We enjoy 7 Poitou donkeys at Legacy Farm, including these new babies!
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We are looking forward to having baby goats, (cute as they were pictured here), with Mona and Lisa in early 2014. We'll also look forward to their yummy milk once they've had their babies.
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Our Muscovy ducks lay great eggs and are one of the best duck moms! We sell the eggs as well as the ducks and ducklings. There is nothing as cute as a baby duck!Purchase Eggs
Our chickens eat like queens and produce the best eggs! We sell 'em too...Purchase Eggs
Isis and Mara are Legacy's livestock guard dogs. ½ Pyrenees, ½ Akbash, they help protect livestock from coyotes and bears.
Finn is our 'rounder upper', helping to heard anything that moves. Raven is an all round friend and sheep herder too.
Meet Pong, one of our three farm cats along with Mia and Millie. They help to keep the rodent population down as well as keep our toes warm in bed during the cold winter months.
And Then There's Harry
Harry the Peacock lived here even before we got here and created Legacy Farm. He seemed to really like it here, so Harry decided to stay. We're sure glad he did....have you seen his beautiful feathers?! He drops them every summer for us to collect and then they all grow back again for next year. He is free roaming and smart; sleeps way up in the huge maple trees, well protected from any predators.