Sankow's Beaver Brook Farm has been home to the Sankow family since 1917. Situated on one hundred and seventy-five acres in Lyme, CT, it was originally worked as a dairy farm. In 1984, Stan and Suzanne Sankow introduced their first sheep, Sherry and Ding, to the farm. In 2002, they re-introduced cattle to the farm. It is now a sheep and cow dairy farm ow producing wool, yarn, woolen clothes, cheeses and dairy products of the highest quality, sold at a farm store on the property and at nearby farmers markets. Looking for tasty activities and things to do? People are invited to the farm store for its many cheeses, yogurt, gelato, and raw milk. People who knit will love the woolen yarns and people who love to keep warm will go for the farm’s blankets, sweaters, and warm hospitality.
At Beaver Brook Farm, we are committed to preserving the environment. We are proud to bring our products directly from our farm to you, from our sweaters and vests, to our farm-fresh sheep and cow's milk cheeses.