The Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep

(5 customer reviews)

$30.00

Back in Stock! Second printing includes a foreword by Joel Salatin!  Order now and get the lowest price on The Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep. Written by Rachel Hester, this book gives you an insider look in detail of what it’s like to have a working sheep dairy farm. It doesn’t take a large flock to supply your family and others with enough sheep milk to thrive on.

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Second printing includes a forward by Joel Salatin.

The Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep, by Rachel Hester, is the full guide you need when considering sheep milk for your family. Sheep lend themselves easily to small family farms. Many breeds are excellent for producing meat, milk and wool fiber. There are alternatives to regular dairy and sheep are a wonderful choice. Read more in the Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep.

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Weight 19 oz

5 reviews for The Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep

  1. Izhanna Nash (verified owner)

    The best book for someone interested in dairy sheep, who has never had sheep before and has no idea how to start. I gained so much knowledge, and ideas. I can’t wait to get my own flock of dairy mutts.

  2. Kristin Tesdall (verified owner)

    This book is like a chat with a dear friend. Rachel’s mix of no-nonsense advice, encouragement, and humor make this an excellent and easy read for anyone who’s ever wanted to know more about dairy sheep. You’ll get a bit of history and science, some practical sheep husbandry tips, tried and true sheep milk recipes, and a whole lot of inspiration. I can’t recommend this one enough!

  3. Cathy R. Payne (verified owner)

    The Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep is a book that needed to be written! This comprehensive book includes beautiful photographs and answers many questions a homesteader may have about milking sheep. With helpful diagrams, breed information, and clear instructions, Rachel Hester writes as if she were beside you as you learn. If you are curious about breed selection, training your sheep, treating disease, lambing issues, feeding, and more, this book will get you started.

    Cathy R. Payne, author of Saving the Guinea Hogs: The Recovery of an American Homestead Breed

  4. Sigrid Sibley

    I am not currently farming with sheep, but this book peaked my interested in dairy sheep. Well written, full of accessible information, helpful photos and graphics, and fun to read!

  5. Sabine Blackburn

    Finally a book dedicated to dairy sheep. It is informative, fun to read and will be a useful tool for anyone interested in keeping sheep for milking regardless if they are new or have experience already.

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