It started as a joke: What if we had a sheep farm? Nine years later, Peg and Todd Allen know sheep. They raise lambs — “the finest colored Corriedales in New England” — produce yarn, and now, they even own a fiber mill.
I visited the Allens on their farm in White River Junction, Vermont. We talked the decline of New England mills, the trial sand tribulations of sheep farming, and suburban boredom.
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