Ramblin’ Vewe Farm has been in operation since 1987. The farm maintains a flock registered purebred sheep comprised of two breeds: Suffolk and Targhee. These sheep are selected to meet the high standards of their respective breeds as well as to produce high quality meat, wool and breeding stock replacements for the local and New England market.
Forty acres of hay are cut twice annually producing approximately 7500 bales of hay, 2000 of which are consumed on the farm. The balance is sold to neighboring farms. Another 245 acres of the property has been set aside for forestry and recreation. This combination of farming and forestry has been unique to the New England landscape for generations.