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The several hundred all-white Columbia sheep (no black stockings on these babies) are Jeanne’s purview, and over the past decade she has created direct-market businesses for their wool, yarn and meat. A natural storyteller and writer, her energetic evangelizing for sustainable practices such as using local fiber has made her semi-famous in the state, in rural and urban circles. Last fall, designs made from Imperial Yarn and patterns headlined Portland Fashion Week.
Jeanne is as bubbly and energetic as Dan is low-key and cowboy cool, and there’s a good-natured range war that goes on between the cattleman and the sheep lady. He simmers a bit that his cattle ranch is now known as “the sheep ranch.” He considers sheep supremely dumb.
“I enjoy the historic significance of the sheep,” says Dan. “I just get worn out hearing about it constantly.”
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