We have a little bit of land in rural Arkansas and are making the most of it.
We started with some beautiful chickens to lay beautiful eggs. We moved to delectable pickles from our own cucumbers, perfecting pimento cheese and glazing amazing local pecans. And pork is on the way!
We believe in being kind to the animals in our care.
The chickens have spacious coops and large ranges that we rotate regularly
to maintain access to fresh pastures. We provide grain to
supplement the greens and bugs they find for themselves.
The pigs are rotational grazed and encouraged to act like pigs,
wallowing in the mud, rooting in the earth and enjoying the sunshine.
We invite you to our farm and look forward
to hosting folks for brunches and farm days.
Holly grew up on a small farm in Berryville where she milked a lot of goats, plucked a lot of chickens and won a few 4-H ribbons. She ran off to work in the theatre, where she learned to be even handier.
Holly teaches theatre to smart, interesting young people at Hendrix College.
Aaron grew up in the big city (Little Rock) and dove deeply into science, completing his doctorate in Biochemistry in 2013. He applies his science to all the farm things and is in charge of the math.
Aaron teaches future doctors, researchers and nurses chemistry at the University of Central Arkansas.