Win This Farm


A happy post, for a change.

You cannot win if you do not play.

9 responses to “Win This Farm

  1. I had a place like that. Nothing but work.
    Literally, a full time job. You couldn’t pay me to take that labor farm.

    • lastmanstanding

      Agree completely. Just having a good sized garden and fruit tree’s is more than enough work.

      While we are not retired, our businesses are well established and require a “fair” amount of work. We decided 5 years ago to manage them in moderation for our future.

      I can truly appreciate what she has done and why she now wants out!

  2. A perfect opportunity. When done right, farming/ranching doesn’t leave you enough time to stop and smell the flowers. This deal would allow you to smell the flowers while you work.
    The lady that owns it now must really love the place. I hope it works out between her and the new owners.

  3. Just a note to say this farm is the real deal, I have been there and photographed this place in SW Chatham County – Ms. Burns is
    a very nice lady who also grows a crop of lavender for essential oils.
    Best, redclay

  4. I’d mow down the damn flower beds and build gun ranges.

  5. Farming is one of those lifestyles that are better started as a young man/woman, by the time you get in your 60’s you have gone thru the phases that are supposed to ( ultimately ) allow you to relax and farm at scale you want, if at all..

  6. Pretty! This has been an incredibly wonderful post.
    Thanks for providing these details.

  7. You can’t lose if you don’t play…