The Business Side of Things!
The Kemp Sanctuary finds it's home at Nettle Meadow Farm which is owned and operated by Sheila Flanagan and Lorraine Lambiase. Nettle Meadow is currently the home of more than 300 goats and over 100 sheep who contribute to making Nettle Meadow's award-winning cheese. Nettle Meadow's many animals are housed in six larger barns and eight smaller outbuildings. For more information regarding the history of the farm, or our delicious cheeses feel free to visit the website!
The Kemp Sanctuary is named in memory of Joseph F. Kemp, brother-in-law to Lorraine and husband of Annette Kemp, one of the sanctuary's board members. Joe lost his life to cancer at the young age of 53. However, his life demonstrated core values of the sanctuary - "Love and respect for all living things."
The Company We Keep!
Nettle Meadow’s Sanctuary is also home to a number of retired and rescued farm animals which includes several young male goats looking for good homes as pets or brush goats; and male and female young kids are available for adoption as pets and brush goats at certain times of the year. Our rescue sanctuary includes a variety of farm animals including fowl, horses, older goats, and other assorted barnyard friends.