Home/About Us

Welcome to Cheese Acres! We are a family run little farm. We raise chickens for eggs and grow vegetables and berries. We also raise boer goats.  We like to can and freeze foods, make jam and jelly,relish, etc. and are always looking for a good recipe to use what we grow.
We would like to share what we have learned with others in the farming/ country communities as well as continue to learn from them.

Cary and I have grown vegetables for many years. Each year our little garden seems to get bigger and bigger. We have been raising chickens and ducks for over 5 years. We have been raising goats for almost 2 years.  We enjoy showing our grandchildren and nieces and nephews the plants and all that is involved in raising farm animals.  It is especially fun to see them gather eggs and love the baby goats.  We are trying to become as self-sufficient as possible. Our future plans include dairy goats and bees. We enjoy everything about the peaceful country life, including the crowing roosters!

We have farm fresh eggs for sell and will gladly hatch chicks for you or sell you hatching eggs! Just let us know how we can help.

Here is a link to a homesteaders directory for readers as well as bloggers.



30 thoughts on “Home/About Us

  1. I’m glad you found my blog, I love yours and that we both raise chickens, dogs, berries and vegetables, but I am a tad older, having raised my kids and not have 5 grands. I love your coop. Wish I had gone a bit bigger when I got mine, it will handle 14-15 in good weather, but is too small in a winter like this one where we have had single digit temps and snow.

    1. My kids are raised and we are finally enjoying the empty nest, except for the dogs, and cats lol! That sweet little boy you see from time to time is our only grandson. I’m so glad you stopped by, I just love your place in those beautiful mountains. I know you are sick of the winter though.

  2. Thank you for stopping by my blog and the like. I can’t wait to explore your blog. I too am always on the lookout for new recipes and how to become more self-sufficient. Again, thank you and I hope to see you again.

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