As Matt and I have discussed farming over the years, it has always been a conversation of passion, love, and responsibility. We realize the importance of responsible farming, for God has made us the stewards and caretakers of the land. Beyond our social and environmental responsibilities, we also appreciate the opportunity farming gives us to create a legacy. This is a legacy we will pass on to our children… a legacy beyond just the land and crops; a legacy of hard work, humility, and care.
The original farmhouse was built in 1924 and comes with some of the classic “charms” of a solid, old house – beautiful wood trim, stone wall basement, and a large chimney running up the center of the house. When we took possession, the owners told us they had found numerous aerial photos of the property in one of the upstair’s closets. Being that they had no use for so many, they left a few behind for us! I absolutely love seeing how the landscape has changed over the years. Continue reading “History”
This lovely property was about to go up for auction when a mutual friend brought it to our attention. If we were interested, we had less than a week to decide before the sellers signed with the auctioneer. Okay, that’s a lot of pressure, right?! Continue reading “Buying the Farm”