In the fall of 2009 I purchased Joy Crouch's Sheep Station Inventory and became Corner Post Farm.
The fall of 2011 brought another inventory purchase from Marlene Bell's Ewephoric. As I build the business and
keeping a strong emphasis on Sheep items, I am finding a new challenge in finding quality items with other farm
commodities. We have added to our barnyard: pigs, dairy cows, a few beef cows, some corn and tractors. Slowly,
I am updating with technology. My latest venture is FACEBOOK. So, check us on Facebook and see how I am doing.
Searching for and finding these farm items can be a challenge. Selling the items at
events is the most enjoyable part of having this business. I have had the oppotunity to meet sheep, hog, dairy, and
cattle breeders and farmers from accross the country and from other countries. With each visit with the breeders I learn
My family has raised sheep for generations. Currently we have Columbia and Blue Faced
Leicster, Romney and commercial sheep and Angus cattle. Like many, my favorite part of raising sheep is watching
the lambs play and grow. I have been known to take both Corner Post Farm gift items to sell and live sheep to sales