MINNESOTA LAMB & WOOL PRODUCERS
Consumer Product Page
Welcome to this page! As members of the Minnesota Lamb and Wool Producers Association, we strive to provide consumers with lamb and wool products that sustain our industry, support our communities, and preserve our land and resources for future generations. Usually, our association has a booth at the Shepherds Harvest Festival at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Lake Elmo, the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul, and the Fall Fiber Festival at the Isanti County Fairgrounds in Cambridge. Individual member farms take part in local cooking events, county fairs, fiber festivals, and community celebrations all over the state. These events have provided a way for our members to showcase the wide variety of wool and sheep related products that are available locally, to talk about lamb cooking techniques and hand out recipes, and provide industry related educational information.
Looking for wool and sheep related merchandise?
Maybe you visited our retail booth in the Dairy Building at the Minnesota State Fair in the past and saw something you would like to purchase now. Here’s a partial list of our merchandise – hard sole sheepskin slippers; hard sole ladies scuffs; earmuffs; sheepskin steering wheel and seat belt covers; wool dusters; lambie stuffed toys; wool socks; and lambskin insoles. For these items or any additional assistance, please contact our retail coordinator Sherry at email@example.com or 651-257-0827. Some other items are available throughout the year directly from the artisans who help organize and staff the Minnesota State Fair booth. Their information is listed below; feel free to contact them directly.
Mill and handspun yarn; knit hats and scarves; beaded knit shawls; felted wool dryer balls, roving, and handwoven wool rugs. Blackberry Hills, Loretta at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-483-9434.
Mill and handspun yarn; felted wool dryer balls; handknit hats, felted pumpkins table decorations; roving, and catnip filled wool toys. Honey Gold Acres, Caroline at email@example.com or 651-429-6051.
Upcycled wool mittens and accessories. Bernie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-652-2402.
Handspun yarn, handwoven wool rugs, scarves, and hats. Created for Ewe, Teresa at email@example.com or 507-461-2326.
Millspun yarn; roving; sheepskin pelts, and lanolin hand lotion. Grazeland Farm, Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-257-0827
Interested in having lamb for a meal?
Unsure how to prepare it? There’s no reason to be intimidated. Lamb is easy to prepare and fun to cook! For fabulous lamb recipes and cooking techniques, visit www.americanlamb.com
Looking to purchase lamb locally?
Lamb cuts are available at many local meat markets and big box grocery stores. Sometimes you need to look in the frozen meat section. You can also purchase whole lamb directly from local farms. To find one in your neighborhood, visit https://minnesotagrown.com/lamb-and-wool/ While you are on that site, you can also shop for sheep cheese, yarn, sheep pelts, and farm visit opportunities. MLWP is a participating member of the Minnesota Grown Promotion Group. Be sure to sign up for their free newsletter.