The original 36 plus acre property in Fairmont, WV, was purchased in mid 1970's by Barbara and Lee Lipscomb, who moved to this farm in the early 1990's. Lee and Barbara, through a lot of hard work, improved the property by adding a pond, cleaning up the land, and building their home and workshop.
Lee would tell stories about growing up on a farm in Tennessee and about an uncle that owned Tennessee goats. His stories about the goats resulted in adding these remarkable goats to our farm.
In 2007, Lee and Barbara left West Virginia and moved to Pennsylvania to be closer to their children and grandchildren.
Their care and stewardship of the property left the land greatly improved by the time they sold us the farm. It was a privilege to get this land to start our dream.
Since our purchase of the original 36 plus acre farm in 2007, we have added many acres to the original farm. This has helped further our mission to raise grass-fed animals naturally and humanely on pasture, help preserve native wildlife, and supporting our community by donating farm produced food to a local agency when available.
2019 we were given by Monongahela Conservation District, Marion County Conservation Farmer Award in recognition of long-term commitment to soil and water conservation by use of best management practices on the farm.