Welcome to White Stone Farm!
Check out our Seasonal Specials:
*Winter is here!
Our sheep are in the barn waiting to be sheared and then lambing to follow soon. The cows are in the pasture by the barn.
We are bringing our Grass Fed meats to Lake Placid every other Saturday through the winter. Farmers markets are over until June. Please email us if you would like information on this, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Winter Specials are
*Gray Coopworth & White Cotswold
"Raw Fleece and Roving"
A Little History:
At White Stone Farm we specialize in Handspun Yarn, Hand-woven rugs and scarfs, and small square horse quailty hay. White Stone Farm was established in Littleton, N.H. in 1995 as a small part time farm. The farm consisted of Morgan horses, a small wool flock and a small herd of Registered Scotch Highland cattle and we put up our own hay.
In 2005 the farm moved to its current location in Chateaugay, N.Y., in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, for the fertile, flat farm land to begin farming full time. The primary crop on the farm is quality horse hay,which we deliver by tractor trailer. The farm has now grown to a 50+ flock of long wool sheep (consisting of Coopworth, Cotswold and Wensleydale), as well as a 30+ herd of Highland cattle and over 200 acres of hay fields.
The farm was a dream come true for Kim and Kimberly Richey. They have always felt the need to use and exist with non- commercial, non-mass produced products. Their livestock are raised naturally on green pasture. They do not feed hormones or antibiotics to stimulate growth. Kim and Kimberly guarantee their customers a product that has been humanely and naturally raised from the day it was born to the date of sale.