Holly is one of our proven mothers. She is a high percentage black German doe who gave us a beautiful litter including a little tort doe named Diana. She has raised some of our highest percentage babies with huge coats. Her fiber is great for blends and makes a beautiful 100% yarn.
Moonbeam is a purebred sable French angora doe. Her wood is a sepia brown that is variegated between brown and black and lightens as it gets longer. Her wool would work in a blend but I find it’s a unique color and a beautiful hand spinning fiber.
Diana is one of our 2013 babies we are so proud of. Her coat is huge and a great color. We can’t wait too see how she turns out as an adult.
Lila is a blue tort doe that is my favorite. I met her the day she was born and have never ceased to be amazed by how stunningly beautiful and sweet natured she is at the same time. Her wool is a cool temperatured brown that’s unique in our herd.
Flower is a lilac granddaughter of our buck D’Oro. She has a beautiful coat and a wonderful, inquisitive personality.
Bertha is a broken (spotted) English bunny with a very soft coat. Her wool makes a soft yarn with dots of color in it.
Honey is Spalding’s blue niece. She is a blue with very French-type wool. It is beautiful and fine. It s a cool color that looks great with other cool-toned wools.
Peppermint is a pointed white doe that came off a great show career and is one of our white wool producers. She has a beautiful coat whether she has babies or not. Her wool has gone into some of our nicest blends.
English Rose is one of our highest producers and yet has a soft spinnable coat. She is pristine and oh such a sweet girl.
Opal is Lila’s lilac daughter and has one of the nicest coats in our barn.