Willow Farm breeds both Icelandic and Romney sheep on its land of 88 acres on the Niagara Escarpment. The sheep graze freely on pastures of quality grass and are fed good quality hay in the winter. The Icelandic sheep, who produce their best fleece in the fall, are sheared twice a year while Romney sheep are sheared once during the year. The fleece, rovings and naturally raised freezer lamb are available for purchase from the farm. Contact Josslyn Richardson at email@example.com for more information.