Welcome to the on-line home of
Sheepy Hollow at Native Oaks Farm


Here, in Sheepy Hollow
at Native Oaks Farm

we raise lamb for meat production. The sheep and lambs have plenty of room here and they have sheltered facilities from and to which they may go as they please in inclement weather. We grow all the necessary feed for the sheep here on own cropland.
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"Anne Leck is the woman behind Sheepy Hollow, which
produces the best lamb around in my opinion." [Trout & Caviar Blog]

Cutting Order
If you've come here looking for a cutting order so you can place an order for bulk lamb, just click above.

Here's the latest News from Native Oaks Farm

Farmers Markets in  2015 - Midtown, Excelsior and Wayzata...
We're expanding our  participation in Farmers Markets this year and we'll have a bigger presence in the Minnetonka Lake Region. We'll be present at the Wayzata Farmers Market this year on Thursdays in the parking lot of the Wayzata Legion Hall at 949 Wayzata Blvd East. As of this moment, the market will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Those hours may expand somewhat if there is demand. Look for Sheepy Hollow each week in the Wayzata Farmers Market.

Sheepy Hollow will also be at the Excelsior Farmers Market each Thursday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., as well as at the Midtown Farmers Market in Minneapolis (Lake Street and Hiawatha right next to the light-rail train station every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.. We've been selling at the Midtown Market since its inception.

The Midtown Farmers Market on-line!

The Corcoran Neighborhood Organization does a spectacular job putting together and running the Midtown Farmers Market. It rates very high among Minnesota's best farmers markets. We want to express our thanks to that Organization for the top-notch job it does. We enjoy cooperating with this group to publicize the market and to grow its business. Check out ways you can help also!

Color the Farmers Markets "spectacular" again this year!
As always, the colors at the farmers markets have been beautiful this year and it is a glorious place to take photographs.

Photographs by C. Leck at the Midtown Farmers Market


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