While strolling in the River Arts District on July's Second Saturday Art Walk stop into our new space for Farmer's Spotlight. We will be joined by Susan Proctor of Windy Wool Windings from 1:30 - 2pm to talk about her farm and farm products. Then hop over to Shop Local Cloth to pick up some farm fresh fiber and chat with Susan.
About Windy Wool Windings:
Windy Wool Windings is a part of Sunny Hill Farm, a third-generation family farm in Vale, North Carolina. They raise dairy cattle, poultry, field crops and sheep, which keep them busy year-round.
"Our sheep are Montadale and Romeldale/CVM. The flock is raised primarily on an intensive grass grazing programs. Most of our supplemental grain and hay fed to the sheep are also grown on our farm.
We sell wool and meat from our sheep on the farm, at local farmers markets, fiber festivals as well as online via our Etsy store. Our production and market areas are expanding every year. Our raw wool is sold direct-to-consumer as well as being sent to fiber processing facilities to be processed into roving and finished yarns for sale. Annually, we attend fiber festivals throughout the Eastern shore, including the Maryland Sheep and Fiber Festival in West Friendship Maryland and the Southeastern Animal Fiber Festival in Asheville, NC. Fleeces produced by Windy Wool Windings have won multiple Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion awards including the North Carolina Mountain State Fair, Southeastern Animal Fiber Festival and Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival."
408 Depot StreetAsheville, NC 28801
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