We recently purchased two properties that will serve as the new base of operations for our farm. Initially, we purchased a 26 acre wooded lot that we planned to clear and build upon, but the opportunity presented itself to purchase the half acre adjoining it, which already has power, water, and a septic system. (As we’ve discovered, installing these utilities can get expensive quickly.)

When we walked our land for the first time, we noticed old barbed wire and panel fencing embedded in trees around the perimeter. From what Brandon’s grandfather tells us, it may have been a sheep farm sometime in the early to mid 20th century. We were excited to hear this, and we think it’s pretty cool that our goats will be grazing land that used to be pasture over half a century ago. It’s just going to take a few years of work to get there!

Remnants of a barn built many, many years ago.

It will be slow going at first, but I plan on sharing progress reports here on our website whenever we’ve done something worth sharing. We are hoping to get our mini greenhouse up before winter arrives, so that we can start plants in the spring to get our farmstand up and running next season!

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