There are three of us here at Whistle Pig Hollow, myself (Ashley), my husband Decker, and our little guy, Bridger, who is almost two. We also have two cats and tons of chickens.
Whistle Pig Hollow is our 13 acre farm in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, just south of Nashville. We started renting this little old farm house three years ago with modest plans to live intentionally, grow some veggies, and maybe raise a few chickens for backyard eggs. Since that time, our plan has somehow expanded to include a 1/2 acre of garden space, 60+ laying chickens, and a batch of broiler chickens (for meat). A dairy cow is on the horizon, and truth be told, I wouldn’t mind adding a few other critters to the mix. We strive to live simply and without debt, grow in our faith, tone down the consumption, reduce our waste, eliminate toxins in our life, and raise as much of our own food as possible. Our days all look pretty similar: farm, cook, clean, love, learn, repeat.
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