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Mt. Bruce Station has three Annual Events:
This site was last updated on August 22, 2013.
~ Midwest Living 2013 Article
Mt. Bruce Station is home to small flocks of white and coloured Corriedale sheep, rare breed Jacob sheep and distinctive brown Moorits, all raised for the quality of their fine wool.
This tranquil setting with the Eastlake style farmhouse, various outbuildings, abundant cottage gardens and perennial borders is tucked up into the borders of Oakland, Macomb and Lapeer counties at the base of the "thumb" of Michigan. The renovated 1920's dairy farm is barely an hours drive from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Our woolen products produced from the soft lanolin rich fleeces are available for sale in the Farm Wool Shop. Join us at our annual Mt. Bruce Station Sheep & Wool Festival in September, a place of learning, where small flock shepherds, fiber lovers, and families can develop skills in shepherding and the related handcrafts of carding, spinning, natural wool dyeing, knitting and fiber arts.
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