Founder, Wool 4 Ewe Fiber Mill
In 2010, as a second career for both Ann and her husband, they started raising sheep by purchasing pregnant ewes and learning from friends who had been raising sheep for many years. The duo learned the ins and outs and what to do with these great animals. Although the primary purpose of raising sheep was for meat, the first time they sheared, Ann knew she had to find a use for the fleece. So the process began, in small steps, and over the past 7 years, the venture gradually became, what is now, Wool 4 Ewe Fiber Mill. Phase one of the mill is now open and functioning both for their own use in felting, and also for producers who either want to keep the wool for comforters, insoles, or other products, or who are looking to sell it to hand spinners and weavers guilds.