Crookabeck is a 40 acre farm beneath Place Fell in Patterdale in the Lake District. Home to flocks of Herdwicks. The Herdwicks are great characters with white faces and legs.
The most widely known breeder of Herdwicks was Beatrix Potter, the children's story writer, who left several farms and their flocks of Herwicks to the National Trust when she dies.
The lambs are born black. The adult she provide a stunning range of natural fleece colours from black through silver grey. They produce hardwearing and we have a range of products including wool and dog leads.