Kevin and Wenda Elliott and family have lived at Darling Hill Farm since February 2016. We are building our homestead business around Wenda’s Wendaful Scrapbooks and Quilts craft store and selling homegrown and farm produced products under our Darling Hill Farm country store name in conjunction with the craft business, expanding the business as we go. Kevin is a retired U.S. Air Force veteran and member of the Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC) selling Darling Hill Farm’s agricultural products under the FVC’s Homegrown By Heroes label.
We currently have Southdown Babydoll miniature sheep and Huacaya alpacas for fiber/wool products and breeding and selling. Added to this, Darling Hill Farm breeds and sells Nigerian Dwarf and Pygmy mix goats with a future plan to raise alpine goats for goat milk soap and other goat milk products. We also raise chickens and ducks for selling fresh eggs. A horse, Jersey cows, and donkeys round out our menagerie of animals. Patrons of Wendaful Scrapbooks and Quilts and Darling Hill Farm country store are welcome to enjoy our farm with a tour and meet and take pictures of the animals.
Darling Hill Farm country store currently sells a variety of baked and canned goods for our customer’s enjoyment. Darling Hill Farm jams are seasonally available. Darling Hill Farm baked goods star our peanut butter cereal bars and our ultimate oatmeal, chocolate candy pieces, and peanut butter Monster cookies. Alpaca and sheep fiber/wool products such as yarn, socks, and batting will be available in Fall 2019.
We look forward to having you, your family, and friends visit and enjoy Darling Hill Farm and country store.