Fehrenbacher Farm

Fehrenbacher Farm Fresh USDA lamb cuts. Romney, Cotswold, Merino, Hampshire, and Colored sheep. Llamas and Alpacas. Walla Walla Saturday farmers market 8 am to 1 pm.

Tri-Cities Friday farmers market 8 am to 1 pm. Call in orders for whole lambs $185. Buyer must pay process for cut and wrap.



Mary Jane Fehrenbacher, 79, passed away on December 20th of 2020 in Walla Walla, Washington. Born on December 13, 1941 in Walla Walla, to Lilly Pearl Tinsley Fehrenbacher and Thomas Fehrenbacher of Milton-Freewater, Oregon, Mary Jane was their only child. Mary Jane resided at her life-long home on S...


Jacob Valentine, a fifth-generation sheep shearer from Crabtree Ore., sells the fleeces almost as fast as they come off the animals.He does it by shearing live online as prospective wool buyers watch, bid and buy.With a cell phone for a camera and Facebook for a platform, Valentine is able to show t


Spend a spring morning exploring the finer details involved in small scale, sustainable, natural fiber production. Join Elaine Vandiver of Old Homestead Alpacas, a US Army combat veteran turned first generation farmer, as she shares how she manages and raises 35 alpacas to produce a line of farm-rai


The running of the lambs and feeding time.


This years bummer lambs.

Must read article.

Must read article.

WESTON — They might be described as a minority of down-to-earth farmers who are trying to spread the word over a common ground they share in livestock ranching — in


The Downtown WW Foundation, Downtown Farmers & Flea Markets will be hosting a Special Holiday Extravaganza to kick off the holiday season! Come visit all of your favorite vendors and get some great gifts in the process. Dates for the event are Friday 12/2, Saturday 12/3, Sunday 12/4. We have secured the former Ford dealership building at the corner of Colville and Rose streets. Friday night will feature an unveiling of the new bronze statue "A Farmer's Prayer" by local artist Jeffrey Hill. Saturday night at 6:30 is the 21st annual Macy's Holiday Parade of Lights.

This will be a great family-friendly event and completely indoors. Vendor spaces (all types) are still available. Please call 509-529-8755 or email [email protected] for more information.


Join the Downtown Farmers Market for our last HURRAH of the 2016 season this Saturday 10/29. We will be having a Harvest Celebration complete with kids games, s'mores, free pumpkins for children courtesy of R&R Produce, Halloween costume contest and our first ever Tamale Eating Contest sponsored by Granny's Tamales and the DFM.

The market runs from 9am to 1pm at the corner of Main & 4th Streets in Downtown Walla Walla.


This authentic Navajo rug is being offered by Pendleton Woolen Mills in support of Utah’s Adopt-a-Native-Elder program. This outreach program helps Navajo elders, as they carry on the oldest…


Wednesday June 1st the market will open!! Same place and same time as last year!!! Can't wait for our amazing local produce!!


We've got a great market lined up for your Memorial Day Weekend kick-off! Cherries are making their season debut this weekend, and there will be lots of other fine produce and food to choose from! Walla Walla's premier Farmers Market runs from 9am to 1pm each Saturday through the end of October. Come say hi!

We have lamb!

We have lamb!

Don't forget that Walla Walla's premier Farmers Market is open Downtown Saturday from 9am-1pm. Tons of great produce, plants, artisan items, and good eats to choose from. Don't forget that Sunday is Mother's Day...Head over to Market Station at Main & Fourth Streets in Downtown Walla Walla to find the perfect gift! Plus musical guests Big Font will be playing on the Crawford Park Stage!

Lots of handspun yarn at the Marcus Whitman Christmas Boutique today.

Lots of handspun yarn at the Marcus Whitman Christmas Boutique today.

We are at the Christmas Boutique at the Marcus Whitman today.


Oregon wildlife officials won’t authorize killing members of the Mount Emily wolf pack despite five confirmed attacks on a sheep herd since June.Under the state’s wolf recovery plan, which moved into Phase 2 this year, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife can authorize lethal contr

Wolves have killed 8,500 sheep in France in the past 12 months.

Wolves have killed 8,500 sheep in France in the past 12 months.

A group of 50 farmers are holding hostage the president and director of a national park in the Alps, demanding they take urgent action to stop wolves attacking their livestock


The support for ranchers fighting the wolf battle reaches across the globe. Below is a picture of Johnsey, the dog attacked by wolves earlier this month, that was turned into an oil painting by Mick John of MicksterPix Artwork in England. Mick sent us this pic in tribute to Johnsey and his hard work to protect the herd. Thanks Mick!


Wolves from the Mount Emily pack killed an adult sheep Aug. 3 on the Umatilla National Forest in Union County, according to an investigation by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.It is the second time the pack has preyed on sheep in the area this year, which means ODFW could consider letha

Walla Walla Downtown Farmer's Market is located on Spokane St between Rose and Main for the GOTR event August 14th and 1...

Walla Walla Downtown Farmer's Market is located on Spokane St between Rose and Main for the GOTR event August 14th and 15th, 9 am to 5 pm.

Farmer's Market in Richland is a go.

Farmer's Market in Richland is a go.


Please Note! This is 2015 show. 2016 Love of Junk is June 17-18.

Just a reminder....this will happen June 12-13. ( 2106 show is June 17-18) If you like us please share....spread the word. Have awesome vendors. Lots of them. Awesome food trucks. And our attendees are always awesome and supportive! Thanks for considering being one of them.


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Finally found you! Do you give wool spinning lessons? And need advice on starting a small farm with wool lambs in Nampa, ID
Reflecting on 2016-what a year it has been for wandering!

I started the year out with Tall Ship Sailing-all of my life I've had a fascination with tall ships (as does Rebecca Bunch Martinez). Finally, Star Clippers offered a fare with no single supplement! I was IN! Yah baby! I booked the first offering and was on board, headed for the Windward Islands. I loved Star Clipper but don't book for the casino and the demo is about age 65.7 but I had a great time (Gabor Torma: thanks for making the trip fun, along with the traveling group called the Sheleighleighs that took me under their wing). My phone died my camera died and I could have cared less.

Onward to the Great Northwest! I slept in a Yurt, went to Canada (explained to my son that in the far north we spend Loonies just like dollars), met with my very favorite shepherdess Mrs. Fehrenbacher Fehrenbacher Farmand had a great time with friends.

Next, a short trip in Texas to Luckenbach! It's as simple as you can imagine and had a great time drinking and dancing in Luckenbach, Texas.where there isn't anything other than that to do and that's okay with everyone there.

New York City? Don't mind if I do! Always a fun trip and this time I made it out to Red Hook to see the Statue of Liberty from the front- the lucky lady stands facing towards France. Melanie Anne Dessommes, thanks for making it a memorable Red Hook evening.

Then on to Istanbul with Maria G. Møller. Most people asked us to stay home. We went anyway. Yes, there had been an attack, but if you stay home, you let the bad guys win. We went. We saw. We had a great time. Maria is a wonderful travel companion! There are days when I can't believe the experiences we had there. Amazing country and warm, generous people.

Paris. My beloved. The first day, I planted my feet firmly on Pont Zero de France to ensure that I would return. I ushered in 2017 in Paris with wonderful friends. It was great to meet Paris Adèle- kindred spirits we are. A short trip to Brugges, Belgium was snuck in there but oh my gosh, it was brutally cold and in true Northern fashion, had a lot of fog that lasted all day. A gorgeous place but not for those who like -5C weather! I am still glad I went no matter the brutal cold.

What will 2017 bring? Spain for certain and back to France but what else? We will just have to see.

We are wanderers; never lost. Be the story you were meant to be my friends.
View from the barn yard
I have about a 3/4 acre pasture that is fully fenced and I am tired of mowing it. I have gone back and forth on getting Nigerian Dwarf goats or sheep. What are your thoughts? How much work would the sheep take on an average day?
I left you a message - did you get the wool pieces? Were you able to match them? How do I do pay pal with you?
We will be at the Athena Caledonian Games this Saturday.

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Natural Raised Lamb USDA Inspected Vacuum Wrapped

Rack of Lamb $14.95 lb
Lamb Chop $11.95 lb
Leg of Lamb (b***d & rolled) $9.75 lb
Shoulder Steaks $7.25 lb
Shoulder Roast (b***d & rolled) $7.05 lb
Kabobs $8.50 lb
Lamb Shanks $6.50 lb
Ground Lamb $6.00 lb
Liver, Heart, Neck $3.95 lb
Riblets $3.95 lb
Dog Bones $3.00 pk
Peg Ground (not USDA) $4.00 lb

Custom whole lamb available, please ask.
Are you still in the lamb business?
Hi there! I want to keep in touch re: your yarn and spinning. I'm a novice spinner and always like to get together with others to spin. Not finding too many people around Pendleton who spin (yet). Thanks for any thoughts you may offer. And I'd like to visit your farm. I go to up WW fairly often, so you'd be right on the way. I am delanne on Ravelry BTW.
Very cute photos, MJ!
Check out the Richland Parkway Market on Fridays from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. for my USDA lamb and wool booth.