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Trying to live the philosophy
In keeping with Henry Beston's words (see SkyLines Philosophy link), I try to care for all of the gentle creatures on the farm, and for the land itself, with wisdom, intelligence and compassion.

One of the guiding principles at SkyLines Farm is avoiding the use of chemicals whenever possible - in raising the sheep, in managing their pastures, and in tending my personal gardens as well.

I believe this is good for the health and welfare of the animals, good for us, and good for the planet. The links below provide more details.

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Organic health care & pasture management practices
Since I started raising sheep in 1992, I've been developing and refining a set of management practices that keep SkyLines sheep in superb health without depending on chemical "quick fixes" like antibiotics, vaccinations, hormones, or pesticides in the form of chemical wormers.

To learn more about all of the management practices at SkyLines Farm, follow the links below.

ORGANIC HEALTH CARE
FLEECE MANAGEMENT
PREDATOR MANAGEMENT
PASTURE MANAGEMENT

 

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SkyLines Farm 4551 Highway 6 Harvard, ID 83834 208.875.8747
Purebred Romney & Romney-Cross Sheep