Underhill Farm lies in the eastern foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in central Pennsylvania, near historic Hollidaysburg. The farm was first established in the late 1830s. Since the early 1950s, it’s been a family sheep farm. We now raise Leicester Longwool Sheep and Angora Goats. The fleeces are processed by fiber mills into yarn, which are hand-dyed at the farm and are available for sale. Additionally, there are gardens behind the house that flourish from March until October. When our hens cooperate, we get wonderful eggs.
Yes, we have lots of eggs!!!!
This month we will be selling yarns at the:
Fiber Festival, Huntingdon, Saturday, May 25, from 9 to 5
State College Farmers' Market, Tuesday, May 14 and 28, from 10:30 to 5:30
Pittsburgh, Market Square, Thursday, May 16, 10-2.