Painted Knoll Piscataquog - 2009 Black Katmoget Ewe - S29830 Windswept Grace Slick x PaintedKnoll Kentaurus A daughter of our Ken and Grace Slick. This girl is striking and was certainly a surprise with her spots! This girl has matured into a good natured and great addition to our permanent flock, producing incredible show quality lambs and fleeces time and time again.
Painted Knoll Picassic - 4/21/09 Fawn Gulmoget Ewe - S29829 PaintedKnoll Trisket x SheltrgPies Mitch This brightly marked gulmoget is correct and a real treasure. She was born with a large krunet spot on her head which has faded, but she is carrying spots, and seems to pass that along to her lambs. A handsome adult with a real treasure of a fleece that microns at 23.4.
PaintedKnoll Chickwolnepy - 2010 Black Katmoget/Sokket Ewe - S30905 PaintedKnoll Capella x PaintedKnoll Kentaurus This little girl is from a favorite blood line and who could possibly resist her? We kept her over to see if she follows in her exalted mother and grandmother's footsteps. She certainly has and we are very pleased with her personality and the fleece she produces every year.
Red Horse Filene - 5/21/11 ag Gray Ewe - S36078 Red Horse Violet x Red Horse Willy A proven and handsome small ewe. I really liked her and jumped at the chance to have her join my flock. This photo just does not do her looks justice - I need to get a better photo! Her fleece varies from very light to dark gray.
Mapleton Bethlehem Star - 4/09 Moorit Katmoget Ewe - S29930 Minwawe Cha Cha x high Bid Kermit This beautiful older gal with her perfect brown katmoget markings and incredible soft even fleece was a welcome addition to our flock. We hope 'Lilly" will be around for many years.
Swiftriver Byron 3/28/12 White ram (wether) Swiftriver Zeke x Swiftriver Clementine
This boy has a lovely white fleece that is nice to the hand and evenly crimped.
Swiftriver Paddy unknown DOB White ram (wether)
A sparkling white crimpy and soft fleece on this boy. All he does all day is stand grow fleece!
Painted Knoll Farm Belongs to the Following Organizations
We are active members of New Hampshire Sheep and Wool Growers Association, and have been VSCP participants since 2000, and Certified since 2009.
In an effort to save endangered breeds, the Livestock Conservancy encourages fiber artists to use rare wool. The program also educates shepherds about how to prepare their wool for sale and how to reach customers and fiber artists, providing a way to make money with heritage breeds.
Nadine Chounet & Glenn Davis 750 Coolidge Woods Road New Hampton, NH