Four Hills Farm
New American Lamb 
Four Hills Farm
New American Lamb 
Four Hills Farm
New American Lamb 
Four Hills Farm
New American Lamb 
Four Hills Farm
New American Lamb 
Four Hills Farm
New American Lamb 

Four Hills Farm

INTEGRITY

QUALITY

FAMILY

Since 2005

About Katahdin Sheep

Katahdin sheep are an American Heritage breed that was developed by Michael Piel of Abbot, Maine. The breed is named for Mount Katahdin, the highest mountain in Maine. Mr. Piel had a flock of several thousand and spent over twenty years cross breeding sheep to develop the Katahdin breed. 

Our Values

  • Animal Care
  • Land Stewardship
  • Relationships
  • and Integrity

From these tenets flow a good life. A good life for our sheep and dogs and farms, and for our family, friends, customers, and fellow sheep farmers.

Four Hills Farm has been GAP 4 Animal Welfare Certified since March 2017.

G.A.P.’s Animal Welfare food labeling program guarantees that certified animals are raised without the use of antibiotics, added hormones, or animal by-products.  Level 4 indicates that the sheep are pasture-raised. Each farm in the FHF network is audited annually. 

Our Values

Animal care, land stewardship, relationships, and integrity

From these tenets flow a good life. A good life for our sheep and dogs and farms, and for our family, friends, customers, and fellow sheep farmers.

Ours Partners

COOPERATING FARMS

We are truly blessed with wonderful people to work with in the sheep industry.

Ours Partners

COOPERATING FARMS

We are truly blessed with wonderful people to work with in the sheep industry.

Four Hills Farm

News & Events

We are pleased that the USDA has awarded Four Hills Farm a Local Food Promotion Program grant. With that support, we will work on the Expansion of Lamb Mid-Tier Value Chain by hiring an operations manager, a marketing rep, and a bookkeeper.

About us

Four Hills Farm is located on Troy Pike in Versailles, KY. We raise sheep and market fresh lamb year-round. The Katahdin sheep we raise are hardy and thrifty.

We call our Katahdin lamb “New American Lamb” because we believe they are a unique and up-coming breed offering many favorable attributes to the American lamb market. These sheep thrive on a forage based diet, lamb outside on their own, and, most importantly, produce an excellent gourmet quality meat. They are a hair sheep breed which means they do not have to be sheared. 

About us

Jim with a spring lamb and Lynn Pruett at ASI

Four Hills Farm is located in Troy Pike, Versailles. We raise sheep and market fresh lamb year-round. The Katahdin sheep we raise are hardy and thrifty.

We call our Katahdin lamb “New American Lamb” because we believe they are a unique and up-coming breed offering many favorable attributes to the American lamb market. These sheep thrive on a forage based diet, lamb outside on their own, and, most importantly, produce an excellent gourmet quality meat. They are a hair sheep breed which means they do not have to be sheared. 

Four Hills Farm Blog

Life on the Sheep Farm

Join Lynn Pruett as she posts what life is about on a sheep farm

You’ll find funny stories, interesting tid bits, and information about sheep, food, the farm, and Jim.

Four Hills Farm Blog

Life on the Sheep Farm

Join Lynn Pruett as she post what life is about on a sheep farm

You’ll find funny stories, interesting tid bits, and information about sheep, food, the farm, and Jim.