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February 6, 2020

February is the month of LOVE. This month’s Women of Wool feature is definitely one that we all love and appreciate. Brenda Mickel shares her story with us.
“I wasn't an original in this wonderful lifestyle we call the sheep industry, or rather, I was raised around a c...

January 8, 2020

Let’s start 2020 off right as we get to know Kristine Lee, our January Women of Wool feature!
From the time she was 7 years old, Kris’s world revolved around sheep. She made her father promise to come home from the herd and pick her up the day she got out of school to...

January 8, 2020

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” - let’s celebrate with our wonderful December Women of Wool feature 


Although Camille Osguthorpe wasn’t raised as a sheep farmer, she was however, born on a dairy farm. She also spent many summers up Spanish Fork Canyon playin...

November 26, 2019

It’s the season of “Thanksgiving” and we couldn’t be more THANKFUL for our November Women of Wool feature - Victoria Carroll. Follow along as she tells us her story.

I may not have grown up on the farm but the farm is where I have always belonged. My Mama grew up one of...

November 26, 2019

As we enjoy the fall breeze & colorful autumn leaves, let’s also enjoy getting to know our October Women of Wool feature, Ann Edgington! Ann was born and raised in Woods Cross, Utah to a 3rd generation sheep rancher. Her parents are the late Hatch and June Howard. Ann’...

September 11, 2019

It’s that time again…our September “Women of Wool” is 

. She grew up in the small farming community of Holden, Utah. Although they didn’t live on a farm, she grew up changing oil, rotating tires, harvesting fruit & vegetables and occasionally raising calves to stock the...

September 11, 2019

Our August feature say’s it best, “I feel very privilege to be selected to be a part of Women of Wool.”

has been married to Brad Guymon for 26 years. Brad is a fourth generation sheep man. One of his great mentors was a gentleman which most know of Ed Larson. We lost Ed...

September 11, 2019

Happy 4th of July fireworks!


Our July Women of Wool feature is Waneta Fawcett. She jokes about how people who knew she didn't have a job outside of her home would say to her, "Of course, you don't work." Her normal response was, "You should follow me around sometimes."...

June 20, 2019

The key to success to is start before your ready or even know it. That is exactly what our June Women of Wool feature did. Carolyn Bitner jumped in feet first when she married Brian Bitner, a 4th generation rancher, and became part of a ranching family. She was baptize...

June 20, 2019

“One day you will look back & see that all along you were blooming!” This quote is very fitting as our May Women of Wool feature, Nellie Aagard Stephensen shares her heritage with us! 
Nellie was born and raised in Fountain Green, Utah to a 3rd generation she...

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