Lambing Time Farmstays

Outdoor Adventure

January 13, 2020 to April 15, 2020

Owens Farm


Act now if your bucket list includes, "sleep at a sheep farm during lambing"!

Our overnight farmstays open for the season March 18, right smack in the middle of lambing.  Over 200 lambs will be born throughout March and early April, and your guesthouse is just steps away from the barn.

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The guesthouse, formerly a carriage barn, sleeps up to 6 in bunks, double below and twin above.   Each bed features a luscious pure wool comforter made, of course, from our own flock's  fleeces.  You enjoy your own fully equipped kitchen and bath. 

If a spring trip doesn't work for you, we are open till November.  With hundreds of sheep, dozens of pigs, chickens, horses, working border collies, and honeybees, every season has its own appeal.  112 acres of pasture and woods offer unlimited opportunity for nature study and solitude.  Farmstays are private and personal, because we host only one overnight group at a time.
Our guests come from near and far.  The closest distance traveled is.... 5 miles!  Yes, many local families come for a complete change of scenery yet close to home.  The longest distance so far has been the sheep farmer from New Zealand who came last summer (we had lots to talk about!).
       For more information and to check availability, follow this link to our webpage.  

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