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About Us

Our farm life started with sickness.  Having beat cancer, we moved to the country to raise Nigerian Dwarf goats for the benefits of their milk and to live a slower-paced life. 

We later added chickens, sheep, a small herd of KuneKunes, and a large raised bed garden to be more food sustainable. No farm is complete without protection, so we added the most impressive livestock guardian dog, the Armenian Gampr.  They protect our fields, are fiercely protective of our children, and are our closest companions. 

Our Home

We purchased our 1930s home several years ago and have been making it our own since. It had four bedrooms, two baths, living, kitchen, dining, breakfast room, laundry closet, and root cellar. Since then, we've added on and rearranged the floor plan to suit our family's needs.


The house now has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a living room, a larger kitchen, and we are working on adding a walk-in pantry, laundry room, breakfast room, and more square footage onto one bedroom.


Our 2020-2023 multi-year project - the addition of a 24ft pool, deck, larger potager garden, and a 1420sqft pool house - is nearly complete.

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