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Happy Landings Homestead

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Happy Landings Homestead, Tennessee

This property is located along the original route of the Trail Of Tears and is part of the Northern Border of what was once the Cherokee Nation prior to 1836. The property was used as Read more...

This property is located along the original route of the Trail Of Tears and is part of the Northern Border of what was once the Cherokee Nation prior to 1836. The property was used as farm land until we purchased it in June 2015.  We camped out here numerous times until we were able to move here permanently in October 2016. Here at the homestead our goal is to naturally grow some of our own food and raise rare breed animals that were once part of most American farms prior to the rise of industrial agriculture. Our small pond provides us with fresh fish and irrigation for our garden if needed. We have Rhode Island Red chickens that provide us with meat and eggs. There is a small apiary to provide pollination for crops and honey for our use and for sale when surplus is available. We are also registered breeders of myotonic goats aka fainting goats which help us to manage overgrown vegetation and provide entertainment for children that visit the farm.

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