QT Farm - Home of the Super QTs

Take a Break and enjoy the sheep as they work on the lawn and the lambs leap and play

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Sources:

  • Deborah Robson's, The Fleece and Fiber Source Book is the fiber "Bible" and I highly recommend it - it's an interesting read for anyone.
  • Other great resource books include: 'Beautiful Sheep' by Kathryn Dun --  'In Sheep's Clothing' by Nola and Jane Fournier -- 'British Sheep Breeds' by Elizabeth Henson -- 'Know Your Sheep' by Jack Byard -- 'British Sheep and Wool' by the British Wool Marketing Board
  • Wild Fibers Magazine is a wealth of information about fiber animals and the publisher, Linda Cortright, writes interesting and insightful articles.


  LUXURY WOOL                      FINE WOOL                 MEDIUM OR DOWN WOOL      LUSTER OR LONG WOOL          NATURALLY-COLORED WOOL

Quanaco (wild llama)             Merino Sheep                      Jacob Sheep                        Wensleydale Sheep               We have some white Southdown

Suri Alpaca                           CVM/Romeldale Sheep         Southdown Sheep                 Mohair - Angora Goat            & Wensleydale Sheep, Alpacas,

Huayca Alpaca                      Shetland Sheep                                                              Suri Alpaca                          Angora rabbits & goats, the rest

Angora Rabbit                                                                                                           Llama                                 are all naturally-colored animals.

Cashmere Goat                                                                                                                                                   Yep, it's a black-sheep farm!

Angora Goat (Mohair) 

The quality fiber at QT Farm comes from many different types of rare, primitive and heritage breeds of sheep, which produce mountains of luscious wool.  We also produce luxury and exotic wools from huacaya & suri alpacas, llamas and guanacos (wild llamas), cashmere & angora (mohair) goats and German and French angora rabbits.


Each of the different QT fiber animals produce wool that differs in type and characteristics, as follows:

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