THERIAULT FAMILY FARM
We raise some of the fly tying material we use and sell.  For years we have hatched       
and raised our own hackle for fly tying. Today we raise and sell feathers from two lines of
chickens  for the fly tying business.
We raise jungle cock for their well recognized nail feathers.  We sell the                 
feathers ( loose or on the skin).
We have raised many natural colors of guineas. We sell loose feathers or full
skins.                 
Our daughter, Holly, raised rabbits for many years. This provided us                              
with a large selection of rabbit fur for fly tying.

My wife, Connie, raises llamas for their fiber which is used as dubbing material.            
The fiber has also been spun into yarn for fly body material.
We raised cashmere goats for fly tying fibers. Once we had a supply of cashmere          
we went back to raising white goats for the kid goat hair.
Our  farm raised Icelandic sheep to add to our fly tying materials. They are a             
sheep with very long hair. We have mostly white sheep which allows dyeing of           
many colors for tying materials.

Our customers who visit our store have always been treated to Connie's large        
perennial garden.  She now sells perennials to our visiting customers.  

We also have a large selection of mineral rocks and lapidary material.  Connie has been
making some jewelry and has them available in our retail store. We also carry assorted
other jewelry.
Connie has added sea shells from all over the world. We bought a 70 year old collection
to sell in our store.
Our rock selections continues to grow.
THERIAULT FAMILY FARM