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S&S Lamb, LLC is our family.

 
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Pierre and Sharon Schierbeek, have raised animals all their lives, located on Sharon’s grandparent’s homestead, the Schierbeek farm continues to be a place for love and learning. Sharon was a stay at home mom, raising kids while tending beef cattle, hogs, chickens. As the kids grew, they all did pitched in on chores. Years later, Sharon and Adam still run the farm while Pierre and Hannah are regular faces at Fulton Street market.

"It suits us well and as a family we all enjoy and love our farm and our home." -Sharon Schierbeek

"It suits us well and as a family we all enjoy and love our farm and our home." -Sharon Schierbeek

"Every since I was a little girl I wanted to be farmer and live on my grandparents farm. Although there were a few detours along the way, in 1985 we moved to the farm and today, with Adam our youngest son, we now have owned the farm for 4 generations. In the process of becoming S&S Lamb, LLC, we've raised beef cattle, hogs, and chickens. It wasn't until our daughter Hannah and son Adam decided that they wanted to show some sheep at the local 4-H fair that we started raising sheep. After that we were hooked, you cannot own a sheep and not fall in love with it. So we've gradually grown our flock and learned more about sheep raising. Eventually becoming what we are known as today; S&S Lamb!" -Sharon Scheirbeek.

 
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What we do


Learn more about why we do what we do, and why so many people trust us with dinner.

What we do


Learn more about why we do what we do, and why so many people trust us with dinner.

plain and simple

 
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That is our practice, we know about animal husbandry, what they need, how they grow, how they act...every part of their growth is important to us.

Our feed comes directly from local mills, ensuring the highest quality GMO free food, while investing back into our community.

Since animals love the outdoors we give ours plenty of room to play, both inside and out. We walk, talk, and work with our animals every single day. 

Just like with our family, we only use antibiotics if we have to. With our local veterinarian (who readily says we know more about sheep and their needs that he does) always on the ready for consultations and suggestions.

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We pride ourselves on giving our animals the best lives we can and when the time comes all of our large animals are processed humanely by RRR Processing .  Our poultry is processed right here on the farm in our Mi. Department of Ag certified facility.

Though we are not certified organic, our practices abide by the same standards used by organic farmers. If you are looking for products that come directly from the farm to your table, we would be happy to serve you.

 
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Our Gang


Sheep and cows.  Chickens and pigs.  Ducks and Turkeys. and so much more.  Life on the farm is what dreams are made of.

Our Gang


Sheep and cows.  Chickens and pigs.  Ducks and Turkeys. and so much more.  Life on the farm is what dreams are made of.

 

Our Gang

Some of our favorites

 
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Our Lambs

We raise more lambs on the farm than we do any other animal. People ask "How many sheep do you have on the farm?" and I say "I never count!"  I don't think you can ever have too many sheep! 

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It takes all sizes to do the chores!

Colton and the rest of the grandkids love to help with chores.  They interact with the animals as if they were old time friends.  As it should be!

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Helping Hands

Sometimes you just need a helping hand.  When a ewe rejects or cannot care for her lambs we supply their milk from a goat.  Adam and I help a little at first to get them started.  

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A summer drink

My father and I raised beef cattle for many years.  When he passed away, I found it hard to continue.  But alas, I missed them too much to be without them.  They are such loves!  

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Baby chicks!

From spring to fall you will hear the peeping of baby chicks on the farm.  Both those we raise for meat and those we allow to run free and naturally raise their brood.  

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Contact Us


Want to know more? We'd love to hear from you!  Call the farm at anytime 231-826-4400 or try Sharon's cell phone at 616-826-0909

Contact Us


Want to know more? We'd love to hear from you!  Call the farm at anytime 231-826-4400 or try Sharon's cell phone at 616-826-0909

Four generations have called this home!
 

The Farm

4020 W Blue Road
Mc Bain, MI 49657
United States

231-826-4400  or cell 616-826-0909


Can I Visit?

Sure! Make sure to reach out first though, the cats prefer to know when folks are stopping by.


Are you a chef?

Visit here to place an order or access our pricing information (Psst... You'll need a super secret password, so call the farm if you don't know it!)

 

Contact Us

Need to talk to us? You can always catch us Fridays and Saturdays at the Fulton Street Farmer's Market. Can't make it to market, send us an message directly and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!

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