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Overlook Manor Farm
Overlook Manor Farm Welcome to Overlook Manor Farm, a sheep and horse farm nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Northern Virginia. In this picturesque setting, Overlook Manor Farm is charting a new course in the sheep business.
The Farm is home to a number of champion purebred flocks. Currently, we have top blood lines in Border LeicestersPolled Dorsets, Cormos, Columbias, and  most recently a small flock of Shetlands. We also maintain a
large Commercial Flock of crossbred ewes producing club lambs, and ethnic market lambs. We conduct a strict culling program based on the NSIP standards for improving all of our breeds. Great care is taken in selecting our herd replacements and breeding stock available for show or sale. Our farm is on the voluntary Scrapie Program and has been selected for the NAHMS study. We take pride in the performance of our sheep and will continue to breed to succeed.

Lili & Nancy Weik



1725 Overlook Trail

Warrenton, Virginia



Telephone: (540) 347-2569

Fax: (540) 347-2569


Overlook Manor Farm, located eight miles west of Warrenton, was built in 1790. It is written up in several historical books including a diary that annotated happenings during the Civil War. We purchased it in 1970, after it had been in the hands of an absentee owner for ten years. This lovely farm home has four fireplaces, a magnificent kitchen, and a wonderful floor plan.
The horse barn has 12 stalls, hay, tack, and feed rooms. Many champion American Saddlebred horses came from Overlook Manor. Pictured is a youngster, Dancing in the Moonlight, in her first show. She was trained by Lili as a 4-H project. This magnificent mare has since gone on to numerous
championships, including the Southern Regional Championships, held in Perry, Georgia in 1997, Little Rock, Arkansas in 1998, and to Montgomery, Alabama in 1999.


We welcome your visit, just give us a call at (540) 347-2569, or send us an email @ You an also stop by and see us at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, Virginia State Fair, North Carolina State Fair, Maryland State Fair, or at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky.


If you have any comments or questions please e-mail us or sign our Guest Book. Otherwise thank you for visiting our site, we hope you enjoyed it.

Copyright 2001, Thomas Weik, Last Updated - 1/7/2001