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Rebecca and Dennis McEuen - Owners and Propriotors of Running Wild Yarn

For over fifteen years, we have been selecting and breeding Cormo Sheep. The objective of our breeding program is to further propogate a hardy, fine fleece animal. In 1998, we began have our Cormo wool processed into roving and yarn. The reponse we have had to these wool products has been phenomenal. Recently we began blending our Cormo wool with Angora rabbit and Alpaca fiber to create that luscious feeling and visual luster. 

 We currently raise 65 head of Registered Cormo sheep, plus Angora rabbits, Huacaya and Suri Alpacas, and commercial sheep. We offer breeding stock and orther animals for sale periodically. Check our stock for sale page or contact us for more information.

 Our goal for the coming years is to provide high quality wool and alpaca fleeces in natural colors. While others continue to breed out natural colored wool for white, we are striving to bring you natural colored wools while continuing to produce the fine fiber that is the hallmark of high quality cormo and merino sheep.

Grandson Liam with a white femal baby doesn't get any cuter than that

Angora Rabbit

Returning home from a town parade

Grandson Timothy and Dellaque getting ready for the 4th of July Parade

Under the watchful eye of our guard LLama, new crop of ewes and lambs resting near the Power

Our Yorkies working sheep

Our Goals
  • To maintain the highest quality of care for our animals to produce fine fibers. 
  • To maintain the highest quality standards for our processed products.
  • To provide the best customer service possible.
  • To promote those qualities of life that make our ranch the success and fun that it is.

We love to share our story with others. So feel free to return to this page, as we add new pictures of our ranch, our animals, and especially the excitement of our family as they learn life's lessons here in Montana.

Two Granddaughters on a stroll with the sheep

Clown the Cat and Dobie the Alpaca.