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The Farm at Morrison Corner is a sheep farm located at Stowe, Vermont. This particular farm is wholly dedicated to raise, care and protect the well-being of Icelandic sheep and any other sheep. The farm came into existence in the mid 1800s, owned by Susan Else Tumerand. The farm was passed down from generation to generation, and had histories of the farm being unkempt for years. Now, the current owner saw the need to restore the farm. Several trees were planted within the farm; and later on, a herd of animals were raised and kept in shelter.

Now, the Farm at Morrison Corner mainly focuses on raising sheep. Although exact year of raising sheep was unknown, the owners of the farm saw interest in keeping sheep at their stables. The farm started to manage 4 sheep ? a ram and 3 ewes. It grew in numbers and soon, another shelter was built to house the flock of sheep. Later on, the farm focused on breeding and raising Iceland sheep because this particular breed is very common and selling them is very easy.

The farm is not only limited to sheep but also to chickens. Raising a chicken farm is very easy to manage and it only needs a smaller area. Those who are interested to know about raising chickens ? from taking care of coops, chicks, eggs, buying supplies, and a few others ? is possible by visiting the farm for a few sessions. The staff at the Farm at Morrison Corner will be happy to assist anyone who wants to learn. Raising a flock of chicken will boost your earnings and will be a good addition to your expenses. You can even learn how to manage your own farm and raise other animals, such as dairy cows and birds.

For guided tours and interested buyers of Icelandic Sheep, the Farm at Morrison Corner is open daily.
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