Hidden Brook Farm is a small, working farm in Stow, Maine. Surrounded by meadows, pastures and forest, the farm is a stone's throw from a cascading brook, hidden in the woods.
I care for my collection of fiber animals and use their fleece in hand spun and mill spun yarns, rovings and batts. There are heritage breeds of sheep, including Navajo-Churro, Shetland, Jacob and Finn. My primitive flock is kept organized by the resident herding dogs, Kimball, an Australian Shepherd, and Nikki, an Icelandic Sheep Dog.
There are also Angora and Pygora goats who refuse to be organized. The barn houses long haired Angora rabbits. Chickens and Guinea fowl also wander as they please.