Our Farm
familySusan, Bill, and Joe Shultz receiving farm conservation award
Surrounded by the Present...
Perhaps the greatest revelation after many years in the sheep industry is that it is what surrounds us which garners the most pleasure. We have been blessed at Bunker Hill Farm to be located in a beautiful section of West Central Ohio with rolling grasslands along a meandering and picturesque stream. The personal friends and relationships that we have established as we have travelled from coast to coast grow more endearing each and every year. We are proud to call ourselves agriculturists and look forward to many more years of involvement and promotion of this idyllic way of life.


houseOur home at Bunker Hill FarmRespecting the Past...
Bunker Hill Farm has been a continuous sheep operation since its inception in the early 1930’s, first as a registered Shropshire flock, later with registered Rambouillets, and presently with registered Suffolks. The show ring has played an important role in our history at Bunker Hill but always with the thought that the commercial sheep industry was and will be the foundation of our success. We believe in the notion that the National Sheep Improvement Program and its use of EBVs are the future for Bunker Hill Farm and our commitment to producing the highest quality genetics to the commercial sheep industry.



sheepBrood ewes on the front pasture.Looking to the Future...
For nearly a century, Bunker Hill Farm has focused on livestock and crop production but always with an eye towards the future and that farming must be sustainable. We have been presented both the Ohio Sheep Improvement Assn. and American Sheep Industry (ASI) Environmental Stewardship awards in 2004. In 2008 we were named the Soil and Water Cooperator of the year. More recently we enrolled 80 acres into the Federal Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) and have planted nearly 15,000 oak, walnut and other hard wood trees to help preserve and protect water quality.