We are in our third year as ‘The Rushlade Wool Company’. We already had generations of sheep farming behind us but it was in January 2017 that we started to look at the value that the wool offered and the opportunities to diversify and add value to our business.

Much of...

September 9, 2018

This Tuesday (11th) is the annual Fair in our local village of Widecombe in the Moor. 

This fantastic traditional fair has something for everyone with lots of local crafts, skills, music, beer and traditional competitions such as tug of war and bale tossing!  & Much Muc...

August 28, 2018

After an anxious wait our Yarn is back from the mill! 100g DK Bowmont yarn available now in Natural and Dyed.

March 19, 2018

These large, deep, curly locked sheepskins offer a luxurious addition to your home. 

We produce only a very limited number of these skins each year from our home bred Whiteface Dartmoor Mules. 

The sheep are from the rare breed Whiteface Dartmoor sheep. Local to our area...

Taking a Merino ram with a Shetland ewe and then breeding back to an unrelated Merino ram to give an almost pure Merino, with a streak of Shetland to ensure it is hardy enough to survive the climatic conditions of the UK, a process that began in the 80's and took its n...

It's been an exciting week for The Rushlade Wool Company with a trip to Launceston and The Natural Fibre Company to drop of our first batch of wool for processing. It’s the start of the next phase of the business with skeins of our Bowmont Merino wool expected back in...

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