Sweethaven Farm

Our Products

asparagus, sunflowers, blackberries, Romney sheep, Angora goats, wool and mohair yarns and finished goods

About Us

Sweethaven Farm is located in the rolling hills of Shelby County where owners, Jon and Sandy Topy, raise Angora Goats and Romney sheep, blackberries, asparagus, spinach and assorted herbs, vegetables and flowers.

Sandy produces specialty yarns which are hand dyed and hand spun. All yarns contain a blend of wool and mohair, combining the best qualities of both - the luster of mohair with the softness of lambswool. Yarns are also crafted into finished goods which may be woven, knitted or felted.

Visitors are welcome on weekends by appointment.


Sweethaven Farm is located between Shelbyville and LaGrange, approximately ten miles from either. From Shelbyville take State Highway 53 north 7 miles to Highway 362. Turn left on 362, go one mile to Dover Road. Turn right on Dover road. Sweethaven Farm is the first on the right. From LaGrange, travel south on Highway 53 to Shelby County line. Turn right on Dover Road. Farm is last on left.

Hours of Operation

Visit by appointment.

Here is where you can find our products:

At the farm and at craft festivals.
Greencastle Fleece Fair, April 8

Sweethaven Farm

6957 Dover Road
Shelbyville, KY 40065
Phone: (502) 633-7384
Fax: (502) 633-7384
Email: san.jont@gateway.net