Rush River Fiber

About the Farm

Pete and Cindi Beurskens created a warm and welcoming homestead with the spirit of sharing their farm and fiber art experiences with others. 

Their website opens with an invitation to schedule a farm tour, or visit to purchase lambs, wool or organic produce. The farm is home to a flock of Shetland Sheep and goats. Cindi's prowess as a fiber artist is on display in artisan yarns and products she produces for sale year-round from the farmhouse sunroom store, or at The Purple Turtle Artisan Collective in Stockholm, WI.  

The farm also sources Shetland fleece and rovings and can take orders by phone or email. The website includes a blog with wonderful photos and includes a listing of sheep currently for sale. 

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  • Natural and dyed yarns & natural and dyed rovings
  • Artisan handcrafts
  • Live lambs 
  • Organic fall produce
  • Spinning wheel 


  • Conversations about spinning and needle-felting welcomed. Garden tours of no-till method farming. Stay tuned for newly scheduled events at
  • The Sustainable Food & Farming Program of Minnesota State College Southeast will be on hand with information about their unique skill-based two-year program. 

Food: Homemade apple and pumpkin pies for sale, whole or by the piece; cookies, coffee and hot cocoa offered for hospitality! 

Enter to Win: Two Artisan Dryer Balls Handmade by Cindi Beurskens