When we purchased our house in Woodlawn, Tennessee in March of 2019 we had chickens approximately three days later. Since then we jumped off the deep end of poultry keeping and have steadily increased our flock and operation every year. We got our NPIP certification in the fall of 2019 and have kept it up since then. We are participant #63-1025. We have an ever-expanding variety of poultry including several breeds of chickens, ducks, and turkeys. We are also acquiring pheasants, celadon quail, and French Toulouse geese. We are also in the process of beginning a small pig breeding operation raising American Guinea Hogs. In the near future, we are also looking at acquiring Rex rabbits.
Corrbin is our Bourbon Red hens favorite person and their tom's least favorite. Originally from Scott City, Kansas, he is an active-duty soldier with the United States Army. He and Kelsey met in the Spring of 2018 and married in August of 2019. He's almost always busy with work, but when he's not you can find him in the chicken coop, helping around the house, or playing Call of Duty on his PlayStation4 with his friends.
Kelsey spends a bit more time on the farm than Corrbin does and can usually be found doing something outside. She keeps track of the birds and maintains the garden. She grew up on a small farm in Western Kentucky with all sorts of critters, from cats and dogs to horses, rabbits, and pygmy hedgehogs. She has a bachelor's in animal science from Murray State University and loves animals of all kinds.
Meet The Dogs
Dodge is our oldest dog at 11, don't let his age fool you, though, because he's still as spry as a spring chicken! He is half shepherd, half boxer, and fetch is life!
Riv is our next oldest at 5; he's a Staffie mix that Kelsey rescued a few months before she and Corrbin met. He's not the brightest pup, but he makes up for it with kisses and love!
Viper was the inspiration behind our farm logo.
Unfortunately, we had to make the decision to put her to sleep due to complications from her epilepsy.
4/28/2017 - 1/2/2021
Rest In Peace Pip
Runa is our youngest girl at only a year old. At first, she is a shy girl but loves to play with the other dogs and cuddle with momma. She is a heavily masked agouti, Siberian Husky.