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What is a hobby farm?

A hobby farm is a small-scale farm that prioritizes enjoyment and personal satisfaction over making a profit. Unlike a commercial farm, it’s not someone’s main source of income. Here are some key features of a hobby farm:

  • Smaller size: Hobby farms are typically under 50 acres, allowing them to be managed alongside other commitments.
  • Focus on enjoyment: People run hobby farms for various reasons, like raising animals they love, connecting with nature, or producing fresh food for themselves and their families.
  • Flexible schedule: Hobby farming can be done part-time, on weekends, or after work, depending on the person’s lifestyle and the scale of the operation.
  • Income potential: While not the main goal, some hobby farms may generate a small income by selling eggs, meat, produce, or handcrafted goods.

Here are some examples of what you might find on a hobby farm:

  • Chickens, ducks, or other poultry for eggs or meat
  • Vegetable and herb gardens
  • A small herd of goats, sheep, or rabbits
  • Honeybees for honey production

Overall, hobby farming is a great way to experience the joys of raising animals, growing food, and living a more connected-to-nature lifestyle.

To learn more about our farm, please check out our social media. We post on multiple platforms including TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.

To order chicken eggs (for eating or hatching) click here. To order duck eggs (for eating) click here.