About the Farm

 
 

Timberwolf Farm lies in a picturesque valley, about two miles to the West from Sweet Home in the foot hills of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains.

We, Ingeborg (Inge) and Wolf, bought the farm in December 2006. Our starting herd consisted of four Coopworth ewes, a Romney ram and two male alpacas. We now have twelfe sheep and the two alpacas.

The fleeces of our animals are being processed into roving, felt and yarn, which we offer for sale in our web shop. We also grow plants that we use to dye some of the yarn. Also available in the farm shop is Inge’s fiber art. She knits hats and scarfs and makes beautiful bobbin lace.  Her lace work has been published in the British Lace Magazine with pieces that won her the certificate of an advanced bobbin lacer. Please click here to learn more about the art of bobbin lace. Inge also produces miniature items for doll houses. She is an artisan member of the International Guild of Miniature Artisans.

To get into her shop click here.

We also produce potted plants and herbs in our garden and greenhouse. These products we sell at the local farmer’s market. We are practicing low-impact agriculture. That means we do not employ heavy machinery, we do not apply herbicides, insecticides or any other “cides.” So far we could manage quite well  without dewormers and without antibiotics.

Before we started this new venture in Oregon, we had been research scientists and college teachers (Inge is a physician and Wolf a veterinarian). After retiring from our University jobs, we had raised sheep on Montserrat in the Caribbean, where we ran a SCUBA dive operation (Seawolf Diving School).  We also had served as the island vets on this small island for 8 years.

 
  1. (541)367 8779

service@timberwolffarm.com


Directors / Owners:

    Ingeborg Krebs

inge@timberwolffarm.com

    Wolf Krebs
wolf@timberwolffarm.com


Etsy Shop:

Miniature crafts:

Ingeseminis.etsy.com

Timberwolfwool.etsy.com