About

Breeze Hill Farm began in October 1993, with four Romney x Border Leicester sheep and a spinning wheel. Since that day, we have placed our focus on producing high quality spinning fibers and exquisite yarns from naturally raised healthy animals. We have grown but have never lost sight of the original plan.

In 2002 we purchased our first dairy goats with the hopes of producing cheeses commercially. When that idea became too much for us to afford, we made the decision to make and offer soaps and lotions. This was a concept that blended well with our fiber business too. Today, our products are in stores throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe.

We raise our sheep and goats, using an all natural approach for feeding, no unnecessary chemicals in their diets and observing organic practices (we are not certified organic). Breeze Hill Farm is a no kill farm and we are able to stay that way because of our selective breeding program.

10 thoughts on “About

  1. What is your address? I would like to map quest your address to mine to see if we should consider joining the Edible Garden Co-op and pick up at your location.

  2. I really need to talk with you if possible. I am trying to place an order, but your message to me is that I already have an account, but I do not know how to tap into.

    Also, I wanted to order the mixed packages of goat milk soap, but prefer to have an unscented one. Could I choose a replacement?

    Please call or e-mail me so I can go ahead and order. Thanks. Ginger Owen

  3. I was actually looking around for a blog post on this issue, but stumbled across your site on Google!! I’m actually quite interested so will keep an eye out for updates 🙂

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