Welcome to the Bear Creek Ranch!
We are a family owned business by Fort Ransom, North Dakota. We raise Registered Romney sheep, white and natural. Contact us for breeding stock we may have available.
All of our products are made from wool that was raised here at the Bear Creek Ranch. Beautiful fiber art inspired by nature, by fiber artist Teresa Perleberg. Check out her one of a kind art in the felting gallery, or visit the store to purchase a piece of art to call your own!
We also provide supplies, kits and basic felting information. Learn how to needle felt with one of our kits All of our kits come with everything you need to make your own sculpture and detailed instructions, and all the wool provided comes from our own flock! Visit the store to see the kits and supplies available. Want to learn how to Needle felt? Live nearby? Contact Bear Creek Design to set up a class with Teresa!
Make sure to stop by the farm news page to keep updated on our new arrivals, and any events we may be attending! And please take a virtual tour of the Bear Creek Ranch and meet the farm residents.
Dam: Perleberg 1022 Certificate of Registration: Peaches #22
Ram Lamb For Sale
Single Ram – Born April 4, 2014
Sire: Pitchfork Ranch 669 Certificate of Registry: Pitchfork Pedigree001
Dam: Perleberg 1237 Certificate of Registry: Perleberg 1237 Arsenic Pedigree004
I took a couple pictures of our ram “pitchfork” today. Very happy with our first lambs from him this year.
Name: Pitchfork Ranch 669 Dam: Pitchfork Ranch 517 Sire: Schwider 910B
A few projects that I completed in July 2014. They are available to purchase in my Etsy shop.
This Saturday, July 19th at the North Dakota State Fair you can bid on the needle felted Bison pictured below. All the proceeds will support the FFA members and activities. The Bison was sculpted out of wool using the art of needle felting by Teresa Woodbury Perleberg. The Bison is donated by the Wyndmere FFA.
I had some fun making these! :-) They make me laugh.
I have made several sculptures of Bull Moose and it was time to make a cow with her twin calves.