Building a sustainable future for our family
While stationed overseas in 2016 we made the decision to start a family farm once we make our way back home to Florida. We had been watching homesteaders and farmers build their dreams and we wanted to do the same.
In 2018 we bought our property. At that point it was a small single family home in the middle of nowhere, sitting on 20 heavily wooded acres. We knew we would have work to do once able to return home.
Fast forward to 2020: We moved back to the Florida Panhandle and started building our dream. Moving home after being away for 7 years came with many challenges, including no furniture, no transportation and nothing but the house and land in our name.
We cleared land, put up fencing, built infrastructure, started a garden, started with livestock, and learned the hard way along the way.
FREE RANGE LIFE
We raise goats for milk and chickens for eggs. We also raise our own meat including poultry, pork, beef and lamb.
Our animals all live happy in a large pasture, free range to their liking, and are loved and cared for.
LIVING THE SUSTAINABLE LIFE
we farm livestock