"An old farmhouse on a few acres" is the answer to the question, "how'd you end up out here?" Our small family of my husband, myself and my son were looking for the country life. We named our farm Hope Farms because HOPE grows wild. We've been doing things sustainably for a little over seven years now.
We raise our own meat, plant a garden that competes with the weeds every year and recently have begun to expand our egg-laying flock. We have over 29 hens.
We have EGGS! Lots and lots of truly fresh eggs from happy chickens, fed an animal by-product-free diet and allowed to roam the pasture, scratch, dust bathe and bask in the light of the North Carolina sun.
While we can't say we're organic or certified anything for that matter, what we are is a family that enjoys the bit of sustainable farming that we do and would like to share what we grow with our community. By raising and keeping happy healthy chickens that give us their eggs, we can do that.
Give us an email or a call, we'll be happy to talk to you!
Check out our website at www.hopefarms.co