Flatland Farms

In 2000, James & Marilyn Hammons took over the 150-year-old family farmland of 180 acres. To complement the growth of plants, the two began to add naturally raised free-range chickens and cows to the farmland. Beginning with 20 laying chickens, they have now grown to 600! They do not use pesticides nor chemical fertilizers because, as they say, "Healthy soil makes healthy plants, which in turn make healthy animals and healthy people." The chickens and cows roam free in the pastures and eat an all natural diet of grains, grasses, and hay. 



Eggs, veggies, nuts, cakes, jams, jelly, & preserves