Patchwork Farm is located in the northeast Georgia mountains, near Clayton, Georgia. We bought our first Jacob Sheep in 1994. We joined JSBA in 1995 and have been raising registered Jacob Sheep ever since. Visit our website, Patchworkfibers for more information.

6 Responses to About

  1. Levi hendrix says:

    If you could, please email me a way to contact you guys. I’d be interested in purchasing some jacobs sheep.

  2. Hi Linda,

    Love your lambs, great website and blog.


  3. Re. Otherland 2 – I loved the house world, and the kitchen world – stick at it because Otherland 3 is perhaps the best novel T. Williams has written – or at least, I thought so when he gave it me to read in manuscript, one time when I was recovering from having my wisdom teeth pulled. I’m his wife, I was just browsing the web tonight… I love your page here. Best wishes, happy new year —

    • I’m almost finished with Otherland 2 and I’m hooked again. It just seemed to get off to a slow start, but picked up quickly. I’m looking forward to finishing the Otherland series. It’s fun to hear from the author’s wife! Tell him I’m a fan!

  4. Dave did – I’m a fifth generation Floridian. I grew up in a town where my great grandfather was the first non-indian settler. He immigrated from Georgia on his sailboat when he was a teenager.

  5. gary spector says:

    Did you grow up in East Hartford, Ct on Tolland Street?

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