North Star Sheep Farm
Natural, ethical, sustainable. Phil and Lisa Webster have been sheep farmers in Maine since 1984 with a foundation flock of Hampshire and Suffolk sheep. Both sides of their families have a long and notable history of raising sheep in Maine. Since before the turn of the 20th century, they have been providing breeding stock, meat lambs, and support to the sheep industry. For them, family farming means sustainable farming.
In 1997, they grew North Star Sheep Farm into a nationally recognized pure bred sheep operation with the purchase of the historic 225-acre Stevens Farm, in Windham. The pastures were dotted with the White Face sheep for many years as their son, Peter Busque, traveled the local and
national shows, winning prize money to fuel his studies at the University of Maine. Currently more than 2,000 sheep roam the pastureland of their farms, grazing on certified organic grass.
Stevens Farm has been a working farm since the mid-1700s. With its beautiful, sprawling fields and woodlands, we are committed to keeping our property a working part of the rural landscape, offering a bounty of products that allow us to harvest or recycle to the highest degree possible.