WELCOME to our Home
We are glad to be able to "involve" you in history. This farm has been in our family for over 100 years and is listed as an Oklahoma Centennial farm. It is a working farm/ranch with a herd of grade Angus cattle, wheat, alfalfa and more. Some of the critters you may want to meet "up close" if you choose an outside tour are the Longhorn cattle, the bunnies, or the sheep.
Being a Fiber artist means FIBER- and where do we get this? From our adorable bunnies, and snuggly sheep. Both are available for petting, viewing and photograph opportunities.
A question we often get is does it hurt the animal to harvest the fiber? The resounding answer is NO! How would you like to wear a winter coat in Oklahoma's summer heat? The sheep are shorn, and the bunnies actually "molt out" leaving us to comb their ultra soft fiber out for use.
As well as serving as inspiration and fiber for Wicked Stepmother's needlefelted sculptures.
The resident "dustbunny" Lachesis and Gabrielle
Doug and Gabrielle on our Longhorn steer Rowdy.
Captain Woodrow Call, Gumdrop and Pretty girl in the background.