A Modern-Day Homestead

When others come to see us here on the farm, we're continually told how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place.  Sometimes we all take things for granted and when visitors tell us that, we do step back and take a deep breath and realize they are right.  Sometimes the farm just seems like work, but mostly we feel very fortunate to live in the Last Best Place on earth and in that spirit we want to share it with you!

We were recently visited by a lovely family from Helena.  She writes for the Helena Independent Record.  Read all about their visit here.

Read what Laurie Rugemer of Montana Parent Magazine wrote about Serenity Sheep Farm Stay by clicking here.

We live on 40 acres of the original 160 acre homestead that belonged to my husband's Grandfather.  We purchased the land in 1985 and it has been continually evolving into our own farmstead. 

I have raised sheep for over 20 years and have sold my fleeces to handspinners all over the world.  I milk 2 goats each morning and we raise our own chickens for meat and eggs.  In addition to that, we have a small flock of turkeys and raise our own beef and pork.  As a guest here, you are welcome to the bounty of the garden and the farm-fresh eggs.

We are less than 1/2 mile from the East Gallatin river, with several other world-reknown rivers just within minutes.  You can walk from the farm to the river and catch a fish or splash around.

Come and enjoy the serenity we call home.