A visit to Woolverton Inn isn’t complete without stopping by to visit the sheep of Woolverton Inn. They love greeting guests and getting treats, and we love their natural fibers which create the most wonderful wool. Meet our family of sheep below and be sure to stop by and greet them in person next time you’re visiting Woolverton Inn.

  • Lucy is one of our sheep at Woolverton Inn

    Lucy

    • Mother of Kern
    • Most friendly sheep
    • Always first to greet our guests
    • Lucy and Kern are Finnish Sheep
  • Kern is one of our sheep at Woolverton Inn

    Kern

    • Son of Lucy
    • Almost 4 years old
    • Likes to spar with Ike
    • Lucy and Kern are Finnish Sheep
  • Ike

    Ike

    • Our orphan – he often feels left out
    • Be careful when feeding him as he likes to climb up on the fence
    • We don’t know what breed of sheep he is !!
  • Karen

    Kristen

    • Our oldest sheep – over 15 years old
    • Mother of Karen
    • Yes, she is female, even with her little horns
  • Kristen

    Karen

    • Daughter of Kristen
    • She and Kristen are the least friendly sheep and are very shy
    • Kristen and Karen are Jacob Sheep
  • Baby Kern

    Kern as a Baby

    So cute! Look how much he’s grown in 4 years!
  • Grazing on a lazy summer day

    Visiting the Sheep

    The Sheep just love getting treats from our guests, even the newlyweds can’t resist.
  • Grazing on a lazy summer day

    A lazy summer day

    The sheep enjoy grazing on lazy summer days.
  • Woolverton Wool

    Attention knitters!

    See our Natural fibers and colors. The wool is cleaned and then sent out to a mill to be spun. Some came back as roving and was spun by hand, which is looser than machine spun yarn. Check out the wool in our gift cabinet on your next visit.