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registered Jacob &
Navajo-Churro sheep

and wool products

19562 NE Calkins Lane, Newberg, Oregon  97132  USA
503-538-7987 /
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2017 Jacob Lambs


2017
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Navajo-Churro Sheep
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About Jacob Sheep



About Navajo-Churro 
Sheep



2018 Breeding Line up


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Cross Lambs


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bide a wee farm is located just outside of Newberg, Oregon in the Chehalem Valley, about 25 miles Southwest of Portland, Oregon. We raise Jacob and Navajo-Churro sheep - both listed as 'threatened' breeds on the Livestock Conservancy's Conservation Priority List.  We've been raising both breeds since 1994 and are just as enthusiastic about them now as we were when we first started.  Both Jacob and Navajo-Churro sheep are terrific small farm breeds - they're hardy, disease resistant, prolific and multipurpose; supplying breeding stock, hand spinners fleeces, lean, mild tasting lamb, and sheepskins.

Included are brief histories of Jacob and Navajo-Churro sheep, along with sale lists, photos and pedigrees of the adult bide a wee Jacob and bide a wee Navajo-Churro sheep we currently have for sale.  Our 2016 lambs have arrived - click here to see our 2017 Jacob lambs and click here to see our 2017 Navajo-Churro lambs. For information on our breeding program, including photos of our flock sires, visit our 2017 breeding line up

Both Jacob and Navajo-Churro* sheep produce lean, mild flavored meat.  We sell USDA inspected lamb cuts under our USDA prepared meat sellers license #AG-L1007963PPM.  Our lambs are processed at Mt. Angel Meat Company, an animal welfare approved, USDA inspected facility located in nearby Mt. Angel, Oregon, where the meat is aged for 7 to 10 days before being cut. 
*Navajo-Churro sheep were the first breed of sheep to be included in the Slow Food USA Ark of Taste program.

You can purchase our lamb directly from our farm (please call first to schedule an appointment) or at our booth at either of the following McMinnville, Oregon Farmer's Markets.  In addition to lamb cuts, we have wool, sheepskins, horn buttons and farm note cards for sale at... 

McMinnville Farmers Market on Thursday - Every Thursday from noon to 6pm - Late May through mid October, on Cowls Street, between 1st and 2nd.  
and
McMinnville Grange Farmers Market - Every Saturday, year 'round from 10am to 2pm - 1700 Old Sheridan Road, McMinnville, OR
..

If you can't visit in person please visit our on-line bide a wee farm Store which offers award winning fleeces, colorful sheepskins, and commercially prepared roving and yarn for sale. For tips and recipes visit our newsletter  

Our Mission:
To preserve and promote Jacob and Navajo-Churro sheep while
producing top quality breeding stock, fleece & fiber products.
 

All of our breeding stock is registered and we work to keep diverse bloodlines.
All lambs sold as breeding stock come with a registration guarantee**.

**We're proud members of:

The Jacob Sheep Breeders Association (JSBA)
The Navajo-Churro Sheep Association (N-CSA)

Oregon Voluntary Scrapie Flock Certification
Program #OR70

Contact Information:
DCP01157.jpg (53028 bytes)Karen Lobb & Doug Montgomery 
Phone: 
503-538-7987
19562 NE Calkins Lane
Newberg, OR 97132

E-mail: bidewee@aol.com  

 

 

 

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E-mail bidewee@aol.com with questions or comments about this web site.
Logo and photos are the property of bide a wee farm and may not be used without permission.
Copyright 2009 bide a wee farm 
Last modified: November 12, 2017

                

                                                                             

E-mail bidewee@aol.com with questions or comments about this web site.
Logo and photos are the property of bide a wee farm and may not be used without permission.
Copyright 2009 bide a wee farm 
Last modified: November 12, 2017

                

                                                                             

E-mail bidewee@aol.com with questions or comments about this web site.
Logo and photos are the property of bide a wee farm and may not be used without permission.
Copyright 2009 bide a wee farm 
Last modified: November 12, 2017