From Sheep & Wool Festival Website:22nd Annual
September 29th & 30th, 2012
10am - 5pm
Admission $8.00 Under 5 No Charge
Mt. Bruce Station is located at ...
6440 Bordman Rd., Romeo Michigan 48065
Check this page as we confirm our list of
"Things to Do & See"!
Let the Wealthy & Great,
Roll in Splendor and State,
I envy then not I declare it,
I eat my own Lamb,
My Chickens & Ham,
I shear my own fleece & I wear it,
I have Lawns, I have Bowers,
I have Fruits, I have Flowers,
The Lark is my morning alarmer,
so jolly boys now,
Here's God Speed the Plough,
Long Life & Success to the Farmer.
English Verse circa 1890
See you at the Farm!
Peter & Yvonne Uhlianuk
2012 Festival Highlights
For the Young and Old
Sheep Shearing Main Barn
The once a year harvest of wool from the Mt. Bruce Station Flock. Skirting, grading and fleece evaluation. Jacketed fleeces for sale. Your choice of Corriedale, coloured Corriedale, Mooritt, and Jacob.
Border Collie Field Demonstrations East Field
Jill Beaton Breeder/Trainer of Charmed Border Collies from Fort Gratiot in St. Clair County will present an "Agility Demonstration" to show the versatility of the Border Collie. If you do not have sheep this is a good alternative to keep your border collie's mind and body fit.
Saturday & Sunday from Noon till 2pm
Visiting Fiber Animals
Alpacas, Llamas, Angora Rabbits, and all of their products for sale!
Keeping our heritage alive today! Fiber Crafts, Beekeeping, Broom Making, and other Farm & Country Skills.
Farm & Flock Entertainment
As always, the Festival opens with our resident piper, Don Mills, who greets the morning sun and Festival goers. Fiddles, mandolins and other instruments fill the air with a touch of bluegrass and end the day!
If you are interested in becoming a vendor,
at any of our events please send an email to
request a Vendor Booth Application Form.
Be sure to include a craft product listing along with photos.