Bringing You the Best in the West

  Wyoming is well known for the large bands of sheep that graze the mountains and plains of the cowboy state. Surrounded by that culture, we were surprised to find it was difficult to purchase products made from Wyoming wool. We began this company with a mission to help sustain our American ranches. We want […]

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Don’t Know Much About: Wool Trace Back

You may have read the words “trace back” and “traceability “on our website and thought to yourself, “what’s that?” The wool trace back feature that Mountain Meadow Wool provides is truly unique and a boon to the great ranching history we have here in Wyoming. Wyoming is well known for the large bands of sheep […]

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The King of Merino: Rambouillet

Today is a day of technological errors. QuickBooks, the PHONE, grrr. Now is a great day to bury myself in the soft, lovely wool. Shearing is around the corner. We have some wonderful growers and they grow primarily Rambouillet sheep. This is a breed of sheep that has a funny backstory. I am going to […]

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Spring lambs 2010

Spring is Near

Hi all! We feel like spring is about the show itself.  The landscape has not changed much…still beige and sparkly blue skies.  But there is just something in the slant of the sun promising more.  The rancher near me always moves his mother-cows into a certain pasture which is on my way into town.  When […]

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Basques in Wyoming

I have Basque jealousy. Or more like…Basque envy. I’ve admired the Basque story and the immigrants for years. Perhaps it is my own Polish Mountaineer heritage that resonates because a recent DNA search ties my Dad’s haplogroup to this culture. What ever its origin, I’ve long admired their fierce independence, strong family networks, great food […]

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Excited To Share With You!

We are very excited about our new blog! Greetings Everyone!!  We are coming into the new world of blogging and boy are we newbies!  Be patient with us.  So much to tell…so little time! NEW LAMBS! Where to begin?  Well I know it isn’t yarn related, but….I just got a call that two bum lambs […]

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