Grandview Polypay is located west of Marshall in southwestern Minnesota. It all started when we purchased our farm – weeds and all. Taking someone’s advice “sheep will eat anything” we purchased 50-bred ewes. They cleaned up the place and we were hooked. Raising sheep offers a high quality of life that reflects our personal values and family farm goals. For over 25 years we have been in the sheep industry.

Small Flock - Big Results

Grandview Polypay

We offer top quality breeding stock and market lambs. As a member of the Pipestone Lamb and Wool Program we've been involved in the leading edge of production management in the sheep industry.  The maternal traits of our flock, based on barn records, demonstrates that our ewes will breed in the first heat, carry condition, and lamb out of season.  If you are interested in improving production in your flock, we can help.

Grandview Polypay
Silver Bell Award
Written by Lila Schmidt   
Wednesday, 31 December 2014 09:22

2014 Minnesota Lamb and Wool Producers Silver Bell Award

We attended the Minnesota Lamb and Wool Shepherd's Holiday on December 6th in Chaska, Minnesota.  Dale and I had a great time and a really nice surprise.   At the Shepherd’s Holiday Awards Luncheon and Make It With Wool Fashion Show we received the 2014 Minnesota Lamb and Wool Producers’ Silver Bell Award.  As the award presenter described the recipient, slowly, it started sounding like they were talking about us – and they were.

A Grand View of Our Farm
Written by Scott Schmidt   
Friday, 26 December 2014 00:00

During a farm visit, a polypay sheep producer from Illinois gazed around and asked, "Where was that picture taken?" You might have seen it in a sheep calendar, on-line, at a convention, or in the pages of Sheep Industry News. The photo is question was captured during the "golden hour" of a September sunset in 2008.

Outstanding Producer Award
Written by Lila Schmidt   
Wednesday, 09 December 2009 16:34

Pipestone Lamb and Wool recognized Grandview Polypay with a Holaway Memorial Award.  The selection for the Outstanding Producer is based on achieved outstanding production, performance and profit from their sheep operation. To qualify, producers must have at least 100 ewes. Producers are also recognized for their leadership and time provided to the Lamb and Wool Program activities.


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Polypay is a four way cross developed to produce two lamb crops and one wool crop per year with a more prolific, better milking and mothering breed of range and farm combination sheep.    read more...

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