About Us

3 Generations on the Farm

Our homestead is located in rural Tennessee. We currently raise LaMancha dairy goats, Jersey and Hereford cows, New Hampshire Red chickens, American Blue Rabbits, Khaki Campbell ducks, Guinea fowl and Toulouse geese as well as corn, beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, watermelon, pumpkins, peppers, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and farm fresh chicken and duck eggs (and about anything else you can think of). We have a small food forest with over 20 fruit trees. We grow a sizable portion of our own food, home schooled our kids before it was fashionable and have lived a self reliant lifestyle for over 30 years.


 Current weather at the farm


Actual Questions from over the years

We have been raising our own food and livestock for over 30 years.  We reflect our years of experience with different crops, livestock and equipment.

  • Julie
  • Boss and Farm Manager

We promise that all our goats will be people friendly, all bottle fed from day one.  We will help you get set up, teach you how to milk, and be there if you need us along the way. Our goal is get as many people interested in being self sufficient.

  • Bob
  • Assistant Farm Manager

We raise New Hampshire Red chickens from lines that have served us well for many years. The New Hampshire lays brown eggs and also serves as a meat bird as well. The color is a little lighter than the Rhode Island and at maturity the hens weigh around 7 pounds. The roosters are docile, mature early and are something to behold.

  • Noah
  • Farmer in Training



We have raised our children and now our grandchildren here at the farm. Raising the next generation is the most important thing we do





The second generation and successful farm “graduates”


  • Hamish (Zoey)
  • Farmer in Training

Raising the next generation to be independent and self reliant