White Stone Farm, owned by Kim Richey, was established in Littleton, N.H. in 1995 as a small part-time farm. The farm consisted of Morgan horses, a small wool flock, a small herd of Registered Scottish Highland cattle and we put up our own hay. In 2005, we decided to take the leap and move our farm to its current location in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, on 880 County RT 35 Chateaugay, N.Y., for the fertile, flat farm land, to begin farming full time.
We started our full time farming career by offering quality horse hay, which we produce from over 200 acres, and deliver by tractor trailer. The farm now has a flock of about 14 long wool sheep (consisting of Coopworth, Wensleydale and Cotswold) sheep which Kimberly sheers, and then spins, dyes and weaves the wool all by hand. Kimberly has been weaving for over 35 years and offers her beautiful handmade products at our local Keene Valley Farmers Market and also online at nywhitestonefarm.com. In addition, we have a 70+ herd of Scottish Highland cattle which we raise naturally on green pasture and we do not feed hormones or antibiotics to stimulate growth. We sell our Grass Fed Beef at the market and take orders year round.
The farm is a dream come true for both of us. We have always felt the need to use and exist with non-commercial, non-mass produced products. We happily guarantee our customers a product that has been humanely and naturally raised from the day it was born to the date of sale. Our sheep donate all the wool used in Kimberly’s yarn, blankets, scarves and felted items.
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