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Steam Valley Mountain Fiber Farm

Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
Contact: Phylleri Ball
2304 Steam Valley Road, Trout Run, PA 17771
Phone: (570) 998-2221
Website: www.steamvalleyfiber.com,
Email: svmfiber@uplink.net

About Us:

Steam Valley Mountain Fiber Farm raises Jacob Sheep, Colored Angora Goats and Nubain Goats. We have approximately 75 head of grazing animals in the summer. We wash and dye our fleeces and process them into roving for spinners. In addition to marketing fleece and livestock, we sell hand-dyed yarn, spinning wheels, looms, books, dyes, spindles, felting supplies & grassfed lamb. Workshops on spinning and dyeing wool are held at the farm. Our livestock is raised using sustainable farming practices.

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Business Hours:

Monday:
10 - 3 
Tuesday:
10 - 3 
Wednesday:
10 - 3 
Thursday:
10 - 3 
Friday:
10 - 3 
Saturday:
10 - 3 
Sunday:
 - Closed 

Season:
Summer Spinning Classes - May to August  - Fall Sheep & Wool Show Season 
Exceptions:
It is best to make an appointment to shop or visit the farm. 

Classification of Business:

Education

  • Other

Sales

  • Ag Products - Organic - Retail/Wholesale
  • Meat Products

Services

  • Animal Breeding
  • Animal Production
  • Animal Products - Felting

Commodities:

Livestock

  • Goats
  • Sheep And Lambs

Meat Products

  • Goat
  • Lamb

Misc Animal Products

  • Felt
  • Fiber
  • Fiber - Processed - Rovings
  • Fiber - Processed - Yarn
  • Fleece
  • Sheep Wool

Wood Products

  • Arts / Crafts




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