Haulin’ Hoof Farm Store

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Website: haulinhooffarm.com

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  • 15% off fiber-related goods
  • Coupon code MDSW21
  • Code expires 5/3/21

About Us

Haulin’ Hoof Farm is a small family business located in the hills of southeastern Ohio. Our focus is on creating handcrafted, natural, and unique items. We offer goods made from wood, wool and clay.

In the making of our products we strive to utilize as much of what we produce & harvest ourselves here on our farm. Most of our woolen goods are made from the fleeces of our flock of organically raised sheep, and the wood we use comes from our farm or woodlands within a 50 mile radius – responsibly harvested, by us, with the health of the forest ecosystem as top priority. In our harvesting of trees we follow the “worst first” method, taking out dead trees or those that have been damaged by insects, disease, or lightning. As a result, many of our wood products come with unique character such as spalting. Furthermore, only natural oils and beeswax are used to finish our wood products, preserving the inherent, natural beauty of the wood.

All our ceramic goods such as buttons and planters are made by the girls on our farm with a lot of love and enthusiasm. We never use ceramic decals or transfers, so every piece we create is one-of-a-kind. We hope you enjoy, as much as we do, the natural beauty and quality craftsmanship you’ll find in all our products!

Contact Information

10777 Lightfritz Ridge Road
New Marshfield, OH 45766

(740) 664-2126

Social Media

Facebook: facebook.com/haulinhooffarm
Instagram: instagram.com/haulinhooffarm


Warm up for the Festival with Winterfest 2023!

Two days of virtual spinning, knitting, and felting classes on January 28 and 29.

Registration opens November 19.

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Correction - registration for our our in-person classes for 2023 will open at 2:00 pm ET on Sunday, February 19, not February 12 as previously posted.A preview of the classes has been posted at sheepandwool.org/2022-festival/fiber-arts-workshops/. Full class details, including dates and times, will be posted in the next day or two. #mdsw #mdsw2023 #celebrating50years #fiberartseminars #yarnlove #dyeing #felting #fiberprep #colortheory #spinning #handspinning #knitting ... See MoreSee Less
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A preview of our in-person classes for 2023 has been posted at sheepandwool.org/2022-festival/fiber-arts-workshops/. Full class information will be posted once we work out a few more details. Registration will open on February 12. #mdsw #mdsw2023 #celebrating50years #fiberartseminars #yarnlove #dyeing #felting #fiberprep #colortheory #spinning #handspinning #knitting ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to our wonderful instructors - Maggie Casey. Jillian Moreno, Esther Rodgers, Kira Dulaney, Alasdair Post-Quinn, and Kristen Walsh - for teaching virtually for our second annual Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival Winterfest. Thank you, too, Angela Muller, for your fabulous and informative lecture. And a resounding thank you to all the participants (and class assistants) that made Winterfest a success!See you at the live 50th annual Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival on May 6 & 7. The class listings for that should be posted in the next week or so. Registration will open on February 12. ... See MoreSee Less
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