A note about COVID-19: At Appletree Farm, health and well-being are our top priorities. In light of the Delta variant, we ask that guests interacting with us in-person wear masks, and we will do the same. Also, please know we have enhanced our already stringent cleanliness practices and hygiene standards to ensure a safe stay for all. Thank you. (Updated August 2021)

Gotland Sheep – Fresh Produce – Farmstay

At Appletree Farm we are dedicated to preserving our family heritage of growing food and raising animals. Our everyday routine is shaped around the care of the farm.

We offer high percentage Gotland lambs, quality wool and lamb meat. Each year, our small flock allows us to breed and sell Gotland lambs and ewes, as well as high percentage rams. We carry wool year round; seasonally we have pelts and meat available.

We carry a variety of fresh produce and storage crops, free range eggs and flowers. In partnership with neighboring homesteads, these goods are contributed to CSA (community supported agriculture) shares. These goods are available at the farm and a local market.

We are located in the Willamette Valley, in Eugene, Oregon.

Oregon’s First 100% Swedish Gotland Sheep

We are dedicated to raising Gotland sheep characteristic of their Swedish predecessors. Through selective breeding we thrive to produce lambs with lustrous gray curls, black faces and legs, and even curls and color.

Appletree Farm is proud to be a part of the 2021 Swedish Gotland Embryo Import Team, bringing to Oregon the first 100% Swedish Gotland sheep. You can read more about the import and embryo transfer and meet the lambs on our Gotland Sheep page.

Recent Posts from the Appletree Farm Blog

Lambing in 2021


The start of lambing this year marks almost one year in Covid Lockdown. I’d say we are very well tuned into our sheep, and all that we do on... Read More

Reflecting on 2019


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