Monday, April 20, 2009

2009 NH Sheep & Wool festival

We've had a few changes for this year's festival. Dan Korngibel from the Yarn Farm has retired and will not be supplying our customers with sheep equipment. He will be 'replaced' with Jay Ward and Sydell Sheep & Goat Equipment as noted in the announcement below. We, also, will not have Dave Dziengelewski from Surprize Acres Livestock Supply as he has relocated to Florida. You can still call him toll free at 1-888-9LISTER to order. Shari & I are trying to locate a local shear blade/comb sharpener to come to the festival. We have a lot of people who came out to take advantage of Dave's sharpening service and we are trying.

Festival is coming up quick and we will have a few new vendors this year. Come on out and see what's new. And please make a point of stopping in at our booth in the Robie building near the vendor auction and say Hello!


We will be in We will be in CONTOOCOOK, NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE SHEEP & WOOL FESTIVAL on May 9-10, 2009. We will have our line of grooming stands, feeders and other equipment on display at the show. They are all on our website at or go to for the related products. If you need any equipment delivered freight free please call us by April 24, 2009. If you need a catalog on over 400 different products our new 2009 catalog just came out. Call us at 1-866-999-2821 or look at our website at Our trucks leave May 1, 2009.

Light Livestock Equipment
Jay Ward
697 Glen Rd
Jay , NY 12941

Sunday, April 05, 2009

Wilson's Shoppe

When you come into Warren, NH you are greeted by a missile in the center of town.

Isn't this cool? The following blog gives more information about the missile in the center of town.,_New_Hampshire This is a quaint little town in the upper 1/3 of the state. This is back in February when we dropped off our products. She has since opened and sold a couple of hats for us. Hopefully she will get busier during the summer months. Pat Wilson, the owner, has put a lot of time and effort into this shoppe. If you are in the area, stop in and buy a cup of Green Mountain coffee and peruse the shoppe. We hope to go back up by mid-May to take more pictures.

Her business card and some of the items in the shoppe.

Pat Wilson (in the center making Jerry coffee) and a couple of her friends. Some of our yarn. Business info about the shoppe.

Thursday, April 02, 2009

The last of the fleeces have been posted

For some reason Google has limited my picture storage. I use blogger to post fleeces and farm new because it is free. And now that Google has gotten involved, they want me to pay for extra picture storage on all of my blogs. So...anything before the beginning of 2008 has been deleted from the blogs. Some day if we ever get big enough, and trust me I am not in any hurry, we will pay for a true web site. But, in the meantime, I thank you all for reading our blogs and any purchase you have made, or will make.
Remember, all purchases go right back to the farm for grain & hay for the sheep, grass seed for their pastures, and hopefully this year to help pay for the property tax. Thank you ALL for your time!! And your interest in reading our blogs.

Off to enjoy the sunshine and skirt some uncoated fleeces!! These are destined for roving.

OH!! If you get a this website. It is very informative for any of us who spin. And she covers 3 of my breeds.

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