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The Spicy Lamb Farm Celebrates the Abundance of Life with Local Food, Fiber, and Fun

The Spicy Lamb Farm raises Dorset sheep, organic varieties of apples, pears, and plums, and spicy herbs and vegetables.  We invite you to enjoy our gourmet lamb, fruit, and spices which are sold off the farm and at the Countryside Conservancy Farmers Market. Our wool blankets, yarns, roving, and fiber crafts are available at the farm and the farmers market. And, our blankets can also be found at the Yellow Creek Trading Company in Peninsula.

The farm is a Cuyahoga Valley National Park farm and part of the Countryside Conservancy program. We welcome visitors for our annual events, scheduled group tours, and private rentals. We are a small working family farm, not a demonstration farm, which makes non-scheduled visits difficult when we are tending our livestock and working. We do try to keep a few sheep out along the road so that, when you hike, bike, ride, or drive by the farm, you can enjoy this scenic and peaceful setting throughout the year.

Barn News

Since the barn burned to the ground on March 4th, 2014, plans have been submitted to rebuild. The design by architect Mark Smith  of Design Management Architects honors the original barn and keeps the same footprint. The new barn construction could begin as early as Mid-October pending approvals.

 

The Spicy Lamb Farm wants to give special thanks to all of you for your support and positive communications in this time of rebirth.

We have been deeply moved by all your support – it is wonderful to know that the farm has so many supporters, and that so many of you love the farm as much as we do. It is a privilege to live and farm in the CVNP, and it is an experience that we look forward to continuing to share with you for many years. 

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Cuyahoga Valley Sheep Dog Trials


The Spicy Lamb Farm is honored to host the annual Cuyahoga Valley Sheep Dog Trials (CVSDT) on Saturday, October 18th and Sunday, October 19th, rain or shine.

This sanctioned Open trial of the United States Border Collie Handler’s Association (USBCHA) is a competition in which herding dogs move sheep around a field, fences, gates, or enclosures as directed by their handlers.

The 2014 trials begin at 8:30am with Open, Nursery, Ranch, and Pro-Novice classes. There will be a lunch break. The trial ends each day when all entries have run. Spectators are welcome and advance ticket sales are recommended. Preregistration/purchase of lunch tickets are required. Please bring your own chairs. This event is rain or shine so dress appropriately. No non trial dogs are allowed. Please keep quite voices and keep to the viewing area so you do not disturb the handlers. Parking in the field is limited to handlers. Please park on the road.


HANDLERS

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Download CVSDT Entry Forms


SPECTATORS

Advance Tickets: $10 per person, per day; $15 per person for two days
Reserve a Lunch:
$12 per lunch

Limited parking for spectators on the road. Seating is not provided, bring your own chair.

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