We raise a breed of sheep called Katahdin, a hardy meat breed hailing from Maine that has hair rather than wool and sheds its coat naturally. This means that we don't need to worry about shearing them because their coat sloughs off on its own in the warmer months.
Katahdin sheep are known for their lean, mild flavored meat, and our lambs are no exception! Raised on nothing but our lush pastures and momma's milk, lambs are typically born in the spring and harvested late in the year.
All sheep are rotated on pasture for most of the year, and in the winter they are brought into a dry barn and are fed hay grown here at the farm.
Bright Ide Acres
PO Box 238
Orting, WA 98360