About our Farm


This is a beautoful video of us at our old farm in Payson Utah a few years ago. We've grown a LOT since this.

Welcome to our slice of heaven.
Susie started as a backyard beekeeper about 10 years ago after learning of the benefits of having raw local honey as well as wanting to do more to not only help the bees but become more self sufficient. After finding her dream boat, they continued the dream. The knowledge of where the food we consumes comes from, how it's treated and processed is an vital part of our family mantra. 

What started as backyard bees soon blossomed into a few extra jars of honey for neighbors, a few honey and beeswax products like lip balm and then a 3 year study on reusable Beeswax Food wraps. We love anything and everything bee. We outgrew our suburban plot and moved to a 5+ acre hobby farm in south Utah County, Utah. Surrounded by majestic mountains, fruit orchards and alfalfa fields, we branched out even more to welcome the farming life. We raise very small amounts of the most happy and healthy meat you can buy, Beef, Lamb, Goat, Pork and Eggs. We try and bring the most organic, simple, and freshest products from our farm to your home.

We specialize in honey extraction for small beekeepers. Taking the sting and sticky out of their experience ensures that they will continue their craft and vital partnership with bees. We have more recently stopped doing extraction for others at this time, as our offerings and commitments have pulled us to larger extraction and events. 

A seasonal part of our farm is our Native bees such as the Blue Orchard Mason Bee and Garden Leafcutter Bee. These non-stinging super pollinators are many times more affordable and easy to maintain for families than honeybees. We are experts in the area and love to share the joy of these simple Native Bees.

In early 2019, we were able to install a 10' x 20' shed we lovingly call the "Bee Barn" where we offer monthly classes, self serve honor system access to the best local farm products we produce and it serves as  a great host spot for our monthly "Farm Days" where you can take a class applicable to the season, your the farm, let the kids roam, go into the field and love on all our animals or just snag some honey goodness.  That grew, and then we outgrew it and built a 40x80 2 story barn in 2020.

In the summer of 2022, we sold our 5 acre farm in Payson and headed north to Inkom, Idaho and bought nearly 70 acres. That winter and spring we remodeled the original homestead house into our new "Bee Barn" and have everything we had before, and more. We had an amazing garden and offered milk, eggs, lots of produce and even bulk peaches and apples in season. 

2023  was an amazing year. 
in 2024 we have plans to do massive fencing projects, convert from the diesel pump mid field to an electric one near our barn to water and start a crop in one 40 acre hayfield. We will be planting a grass blend for bales, and then will rotationally graze it with our small cow herd after the 1st or 2nd crop. 

We've had amazing online sales as well as in-person visits to the farm. We hope to build hay shelter for our animal feed so we can utilize the top hay loft of our iconic "Blue Barn" for a large array of homesteading, craft and family themed classes this year.