About Richert Ranch

At Richert Ranch we believe you are what you eat.  
That's why we raise health food!  Have you ever
opened the egg of a free range hen next to a store
bought egg?  The free range egg is so yellow it's
almost orange whereas the store bought egg is a weak,
pale yellow.  The same is true in the grocers meat
department.  If you feed an animal growth hormones
and antibiotics you will eat the growth hormones and
antibiotics in the animals product.  If you feed the
animal natural food like grass and clover the animal
will get vitamins and minerals and in the animals
final product you will too.  Our farm is located in
northern Indiana and we believe in education.  
Contact us if your interested in an educational tour.
What's New?
Lambing season has started and we have welcomed twelve new shiny wool growers into our
flock. Mothers and babies are all doing well and it goes without saying the lambs are
adorable. It is always a cause for a smile to see them running and jumping around the pen.
Overseeing all this is 13-year-old Cutie Pie who
still demands her daily back scratch although
it takes her a little longer to get across the pen these days.
Richert Ranch
Counter
As you can probably tell the store
bought egg yolks are on the right
and our egg yolk is on the left.
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Cutie Pie.  "When you've finished with
that web thing, SCRATCH MY BACK!"
Above- A peek inside two Lincolnfolk fleeces.
Vesper, Galadriel's daughter, snuggles in the
straw. She is a purebred Lincoln.
Above- Cosette and her 2016 ewe lamb,
Captain Phasma, relax after a big day.
Who
would have guessed she would grow up and
join the bagpipe band one day?
Above- Baby Roxy, a purebred Lincoln poses
for the camera in 2016. Roxy's dad is Percy
and her mom is Salt. Below is Salt's 2018
ewe- Roxy's little sister. See the resemblance?
Above- Pipa poses for the
camera.  Her fleece won the
White Lincoln Ewe class and
went on to be named Champion
Overall Ewe Fleece at the 2016
Tennessee State Fair.
Above- Mother's first kisses. Polly dotes
on her newborn lamb.
The Richert Ranch bagpipe band: Captain Phasma and
Tommy the sheep, Dad, Alaina, Mom, and Sabrina, had
a lot of fun playing at the 2017 MI Fiber Festival.  
2017 Was a great year at the fleece shows.
The Indiana State Fair (clockwise from top left)
Cosette- Champion Natural Colored,
Marguerite-Youth Show Champion, Alexis- Reserve
Champion Natural Colored, and P
enelope- Reserve
Champion White
Roxy has grown up and had her own beautiful twins this year.
Above are Roxy's babies just hours old.
Thankful for ewe. Roxy getting a hug from her shepherdess.
Above- a pile of cute snuggled together in
the straw.
Left- Nancy
and her boy
ruminate on
the day.
Right- Shhhh,
Coecoe and
her twins
catch some
zzzzz's