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Welcome to

Ranching Tradition Fiber

"Happy sheep grow beautiful wool"

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Hello

More About US! 

Reid and Kami Noyes the husband and wife team.

Owners and developers of

Ranching Tradition Fiber.

Ranching Tradition Fiber is built on generational knowledge, integrity and efficient use of resources.  We have built our business of high-quality wool products from the pride in healthy ground and animals.  We have worked hard to create a sustainable, no waste business by implementing multiple regenerative ranching techniques.
Kami is a fifth-generation rancher who raises Targhee Rambouillet Sheep in the shadows of the Tobacco Root Mountains in Southwest Montana.  She is a self-taught fiber artist.  Spinner, Crocheter, Dyer, Knitter, and Web designer.  She is the sole organizer of the
Copper K Fiber Festival.  
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Reid is a multi-generational Montanan. He is the backbone of the ranch, raising cattle and sheep.  With over 25 years of experience in agriculture he believes in learning new skills that help streamline existing agricultural practices that have been proven to work for generations.  

Glimpse of Our Products

Tobacco Root Valley Yarn

Made with our Targhee Rambouillet wool that is raised and processed right here in the valley.  

The Tobacco Root Mountains over look the Whitehall Valley.  Our yarn colors are inspired by all the beautiful streams, plants and rivers that the valley holds.

We offer 14 colors 

Sumac, Larkspur, Madison, Rye, Fir,  Chokecherry, Fall Ash, Natural White, Sage, Granite, Bitterroot, Plum, Pine, Juniper

In 2 different weights

DK, and Fingering

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Range Camp Wool

Making connections, meeting new people, gathering beautiful wool, connecting fiber artist to Montana wools.

These wools are a combination of area Montana

raised wools and ours homegrown wool.

All Targhee Wool processed into finished gifts. 

Sweaters, throws and hats.

 

 Combed Top natural white and limited colorways dyed by Kami

A true spun worsted yarn.

We have 2 weights available Fingering and DK.  Four colors ~ Natural, Cedric, Grace, and Yarbrough

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Smith River Wool

Natural Montana Raised Targhee Wool.

Comes in Combed Top and Yarn in Dk weight

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Wool Pellets

Made by Ranching Tradition Fiber

No Fillers or binders

Made with 100% Natural Waste Wool 

Used for Soil Amending

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One of a Kinds

Kami loves to create

one-of-a-kinds.

She dyes fiber in unique colorways for the spinners and felters. Her most favorite thing is to spin yarns using a combination of colors and textures. 

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“When you wrap yourself in a scarf made with handspun yarn, you can trace each stitch the knitter made.  This connects you to the knitter through his or her work, just as the knitter is connected to the spinner through theirs.  The yarn passed through the knitter’s fingers just as it passed through the hand of the spinner; the fiber passed through the hand of spinner just as it passed through the hand of the person who dyed it, and so on the hand of the person who raised the animal, sheared it and washed it"……                                                   Written in Interwined by Lexi Boeger

Did you know you can find our products in Local Yarn Shops throughout Montana? 

Do you have a shop that maybe interested in carrying our product?  

Contact us for more information.

You can follow Ranching Tradition Fiber on –

Instagram –http://instagram.com/ranchingtraditionfiber

Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61553141722402

Pinterest – http://www.pinterest.com/ranchingfiber/

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