Ohio has some of the prettiest farm land in the whole country. Part of our state is filled with rolling hills, wooded lots, and beautiful views. Other parts of Ohio are pretty flat, with plenty of wide open space for large-scale farming.
Sure, there are things about our state that are less than perfect -- as of today, I would say this Spring's constant rain is one of them! But, all-in-all, it's a great place to live.
That being said, occasionally one of our fiber farmers has to leave Ohio for another beautiful state. That is certainly true for Lisa Blidar and her husband, who was recently transfered to Colorado.
Lisa was a llama farmer in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, just outside of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, between Cleveland and Akron.
Since it's a little hard to be an Ohio llama farmer while living in Colorado, Lisa is selling her herd through Baker & Company Llamas.
If you are interested in either Lisa's house or herd, check out the links above.
Ohio is a great place to be a fiber farmer.