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2013 Frederick County Sheep Breeders (members from many counties) , Myersville , MD
An active organization with 70+ members from many Maryland counties - plus a few members from Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. Membership is open to all sheep and goat producers. The 2013 Events are listed on the FCSB website. The major fund raiser is our food concession – with various American Lamb sandwiches, at the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival, May 4-5, 2013. The purpose of the FCSB is to promote sheep, lamb and goat activities in Maryland; promote and support the area's farm flocks; be a resource for members; educate the public; and support young shepherds' 4-H activities. Members raise sheep and goats for a variety reasons: wool products (fleeces, roving, yarn, hand-knit clothing, blankets, tanned sheep pelts, etc.); locally raised farm-fresh, custom-processed meat; 4-H project lambs (club lambs); and registered and commercial breeding stock. Various members also raise chickens, ducks, rabbits, cattle, alpacas, horses; plus -- vegetables, hops, honey, and CSA gardens. A few farms are Maryland Certified Organic Farms. Visit the FCSB website. Call a member to arrange a farm visit. Contact the Treasurer for a Membership Form. Dues are $20.00 per year/family. Photo: Shepherd’s Hey Farm, Comus, Maryland.
Address: 2710A Monument Road
Myersville MD, 21773
Phone: Dawn Richardson, Treasurer 301-908-5985 or Peter Vorac 301-371-4111
Nice Farms Creamery, Federalsburg , MD
Nice Farms Creamery is located on the 201 acre Miller and Tanner Dairy Farm in American Corner, Maryland. For 20 years, the herd has been pastured on 118 acres. These cows, Holsteins and Holstein crosses, produce high quality, all natural milk for the Creamery's yogurt and Cream-line milk products produced on site. We hold responsible farming techniques as one of their core beliefs and pass the benefits on to our customers. Our cows spend 21 hours on pasture a day for 9+ months of the year. During the winter, when grass is unavailable, the cows eat hay produced during the growing season. Products are available at farmers markets in MD & DE. Please visit our website for more information
Address: 25876 Auction Road
Federalsburg MD, 21632
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