Read the story of Deedee and Nona, two "bummer" lambs born here on the farm.
Leaping Lamb Farm is located in a quiet creek valley of the Coast Range, Oregon, 40 miles from the ocean and 25 miles from the university town of Corvallis. Our small family farm was originally homesteaded in 1862. We raise and sell lambs and hay, have a large market garden, greenhouse, orchards, and an abundance of other domesticated (and not) animals on the property.
We invite guests to stay overnight on our farm, either in the farm cottage that sleeps six or our farm house that sleeps ten, offering a retreat from city life, country quiet (with a lazy rooster alarm clock), trails for hiking, the gentle Honey Grove Creek running through our property, and lots of room to roam. Activities include feedings, egg collection, and any of our farm chores that interest you; however, participation is not a requirement of your stay with us.
Both the cottage and farm house include a do-it-yourself breakfast, with cereals, fruits, bread, juice, coffee, teas, waffles and anything else you can think to whip up from the provisions in the cupboard and fridge. You are more than welcome to source eggs and other produce from us, as available, to add to your meals. The kitchens are fully equipped with appliances, utensils, and basic condiments. A washer and dryer are also provided for your use in both locations.
Scottie & Greg Jones
20368 Honey Grove Road
Alsea, OR 97324