Hot Summer Sweater Sale!
It's hot outside and the deals are even hotter! All sweaters (men's, women's and children's), shawls, and children's pant and sweater sets are 60% off. Yes, that's 60% off!
We are also proud to carry Camelidynamics gear and Zepher llama and alpaca halters for all your camelid handling needs.
We love to feature local artist's work in the store. We're also proud to have Canterbury fiber artist Lorna Seney knitting and crocheting our yarn into beautiful hats, scarves, slippers and even earrings! We feature hand made beaded jewelry from local artist Kristen Jarvis and Cheryl Garlick.
We're especially proud to feature hand turned size S crochet hooks from Hampton craftsman Randy Barrett. Randy re-purposes fallen trees from the area into beautiful, ergonomic crochet hooks! Stop in, you never know what we have!
Stepping Stones Museum's Katie Shumitz poses with Toffee, Latte and little Cloud
||Our first 2014 cria - Dark Cloud, Silver Lining! Dam: Safe Haven's Miss Independence, Sire: Silver S
||Visit Jay every Wednesday at our table at the Scotland Farmer's Market!
||A view inside the TNF Mobile Farm Store
WELCOME TO THREE NIECE FARM IN HAMPTON, CONNECTICUT. A SMALL FAMILY FARM LOCATED IN THE QUIET CORNER!
Susan and Mitch started Three Niece Farm in 2010 with our young son Lannie. We live on the farm with our two livestock guard dogs (LGD's), three house dogs and eight cats. We offer many products and services at the farm; alpaca and llama sales, angora goats, fleece and fleece products, fresh eggs from free range hens and fresh produce sales, our own jams, jellies, spice rubs and relishes and camelid manure for sale. Please click on the "Info" tab to find out more about our diverse product lines.
What is the Family Farm Difference? The family farm difference is our philosophy and the way we conduct business. We treat our customers, vendors, and peers the same way we treat our animals; with respect, kindness, and in an ethical manner. Because we're a small farm we're able to give individualized attention to each of our customers and treat them as we like to be treated. We love to mentor new alpaca and llama owners. We'll answer your questions and give you the help and guidance that you need every step of the way.
We have alpacas and llamas that will meet your needs. We don't just want to sell you an animal, we want to make sure we match you with the right animal. From show quality animals to fiber and companion animals we'll have a package that's right for you. We're so committed to your satisfaction Three Niece Farm offers a 7 day live cria guarantee for bred females and breeding packages that are tailored to your needs.
Please contact us or come by for a visit! If we don't have what you're looking for we're more than happy to help you find it. Follow us on Facebook and on Twitter @ThreeNieceFarm.
NEWS AND HAPPENINGS
*CELEBRATING AGRICULTURE - Sept 20th 9am to 3 pm. Join us, Safe Haven Farm and our other local CT farmers for this FREE family friendly event at the Woodstock Fairgrounds. Meet the alpacas and llamas close up, take a tractor wagon tour of Fair View Farms, a working dairy farm and many, many other fun Ag themed fun! Click on our "Events" tab under "More Info" to find out more!
*NATIONAL ALPACA FARM DAYS - Sept 27th & Sept 28th - Come and visit us and Safe Haven Farm on farm or at Tractor Supply in North Windham. We'll be hosting free crochet and knitting classes, kid's activities, food, balloons and much, much more. Click on our "Events" tab under "More Info" to find out more!
*STEPPING STONES MUSEUM - Norwalk, CT - We had a wonderful time visiting Stepping Stones museum as author Didi McKay read the llama chapter from her book "Gifts of the Animals". The kids and staff got a chance to meet real llamas and alpacas too! Our July 2014 cria, Cloud was quite the hit!