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Dancing Lamb Farm is for sale.  Most of our beloved sheep have moved to new homes and now it is time for the old shepherds to move to a smaller home...



Here are some pictures of this beautiful place.

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Fall rams




From grass to cheese


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Shearing


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Around the Farm

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The property consists of 95 acres in Earlton, NY.   The place was originally the Indian Ridge Grand House, the first inn in Greene County. It was converted to 6 apartments in the late 1980's.  There is a barn with a sheep milking parlor and cheese make room still equipped.  There is a cheese aging room with an A-frame shed on top of it.

The open land has been used for intensive rotational grazing of sheep.  No chemicals have been used on the land.  It is now being used for hay fields to keep it open.

 
 
Contact: Mike (Mary Michael) Kelley
Dancing Lamb Farm & Icelandic Sheep Dairy
212 Harold Meyer Road
Earlton, NY  12058
518  634-2196