Products at Maple Lane Homestead


Our hens are allowed to range a 7 acre pasture. They are fed all of our own kitchen  and garden scraps. Very little supplemental food is needed and the end result is delicious flavor and those bright orange yolks full of added nutrition.


Seasonal organic produce and plant starts. Please contact for availability.


Our sheep produce a lovely crop of wool twice a year.  Handspinners are welcome to come to the farm at shearing time to help with the shearing and pick a fleece at a reduced price! We offer raw fleeces, roving and a variety of handspun and commercially yarns. Fiber products can be purchased through our Etsy shop or direct from the farm.


Our soaps are handcrafted in small batches using goat milk produced right here on the homestead.  We use only natural  botanicals to color, no dyes ever! Most all are made with essential oils.  A few customer favorites using fragrance oils have remained due to high demand. Soaps are sold at the Bradford Store in Huntersville and at Conrad and Hinkle in Lexington, NC. They can also be purchased through our Etsy shop or direct from the farm.

Our Animals

Icelandic Sheep

Icelandic sheep are a triple purpose breed, producing fiber, meat and milk. Their dual coated fleece is soft and lustrous.  The fine soft undercoat is called thel and the coarser outer coat is called tog. Many knitters …

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Kune Kune Pigs

Kune kune pigs, pronounced cooney cooney, are a small, rare heritage breed. Calm, docile and almost dog like in manner they make a wonderful addition to the homestead.  They come in a …

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Dairy Goats

Dairy goats were among the first animals to be domesticated (along with dogs!) and more than half of the world’s population drink goat milk. Goats are the perfect addition to the small homestead because large …

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