Flint and Steel Farm
When we started our farm in 2005, we looked for livestock breeds that were easy to work around (I am small!), good mothers and had good pest and disease resistance. Since it is very cold and snowy here, the animals had to be winter hardy.
We chose Icelandic Sheep for their beautiful fleeces, American Guinea Hogs for their wonderful dispositions and flavorful meat along with an assortment of Heritage Poultry for meat and eggs.