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The Lamm Farm

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The Lamm Farm

79 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Note from shop owner Thanks for your interest in The Lamm Farm! We're currently in the process of moving and not able to ship orders for a few weeks. We hope to be available again by mid-February. Thanks!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jan 12, 2014

Thanks for your interest in The Lamm Farm! We're currently in the process of moving and not able to ship orders for a few weeks. We hope to be available again by mid-February. Thanks!

Amy Dempster

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Amy Dempster

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Noël Elizabeth Miller

Noël Elizabeth Miller on Jan 6, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Wonderful! Shipped quickly- I used it to make beeswax fire starters!

Smyleeone4

Smyleeone4 on Dec 8, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Fast shipping and very friendly service. The lavender is perfect!!

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About

The Lamm Farm is a three generation family farm in Northern California. We grow lavender, keep bees and share our handmade products here.

The Lamm Farm is an enterprise of three generations of an average California family. (Well maybe not too average!) Some of us live on the farm; some of us live in traditional suburban neighborhoods. Most of us are working at careers away from the farm, while contributing time, money and skills as needed, to make the farm go.

What is The Lamm Farm? Twelve Acres of rolling, oak studded foothills outside of Lincoln, California. Traditionally a farm is considered to be smaller than a ranch; providing a larger variety of crops or activities. We are certainly smaller than most ranches, and it will take a large variety of products for this farm to be profitable. In times gone by, a family farm provided a sustainable lifestyle that may or may not have provided much money, but it supported the family and frequently that family included multiple generations, like us. That is our goal on The Lamm Farm. We are exploring agricultural products that can be profitable without requiring hundreds or thousands of acres. We are looking at evolving marketing opportunities like those found on the Internet; Farmers Markets; and Direct marketing. We are looking at On-The- Farm activities that will allow us to be more involved in the community; provide agricultural experiences and education to more urban customers and to bring some or our urban skills into the mix, like Photography, Event Planning or Arts and Crafts. We are looking to sustain the Family in Lifestyle and Sustenance; providing an escape from our urban activities and a foundation that includes hard work for the younger generation.

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    I'm the second of three generations working on the family farm.

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