We are glad to welcome three new members to the Farm Stay U.S.
Dogwood Hills Farm,
The cozy cottage at Dogwood Hills Farm is located in the
beautiful Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.
Visitors are invited to help the owners with their morning chores
of gathering eggs, feeding animals, and checking on babies as they
arrive. Animals on the farm include cows, horses, goats, sheep,
rabbits, chickens, and ducks -- and dogs and cats, too!
Dogwood Hills Farm can accommodate up to 8 people in the 3
bedroom cottage, and meals can be self-prepared in the full
kitchen. They welcome children under 12, family reunions, and other
The Williams Farm,
The rustic farmhouse at The Williams Farm is located just an
hour from Atlanta, Georgia. Visitors will
experience what it's like to live on a farm with chickens and
goats, a garden, and 300 acres of fields and woods to explore.
Enjoy picnics, stargazing, rocking on the front porch, or picking
pecans (in the fall).
The farmhouse has one large room upstairs that can accommodate
up to 8 guests, and a main level suite to accommodate two. Meals
can be included and served family-style, or may be self-prepared in
the full kitchen. They welcome children under 12, pets, weddings,
and other parties or special events.
Asgaard Farm and
Dairy, Au Sable Forks, New York
The Emmerson House at Asgaard Farm and Dairy is the historic
estate of Rockwell Kent, a well-known artist, writer, adventurer,
political activist, and farmer. Located in the Adirondacks, the house was originally
built in the 1930s. This diversified family farm has a goat dairy
and creamery at its core, with grass-fed and grass-finished beef,
pastured pork, poultry and eggs. Visitors may be able to help with
some of the chores during their stay, or they may choose to relax
and just observe.
The house can accommodate up to four guests. Meals are
self-prepared in the full kitchen. Children under 12 are
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