In This Podcast: Lyndsay Ludden and her husband Eric wanted to grow real food. They talked about it all the time. This led them to take the bold step to sell their home in Phoenix and find their perfect property in Cornville, Arizona. On just over two acres of land Lyndsay and Eric built their farm from scratch, beginning with chickens and goats. Having more eggs than they could use led them to the farmer’s market. They’ve been working and adding new animals and gardens to the Hoppy Goat Farm for two years now and feel they’ve made the right choice.
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Lyndsay and her husband Eric started a farm several years ago to raise and grow their own food. Originally their intent was health related however, as “super foodies” they began realizing how much better everything tastes when they grow and harvest it themselves. They now have two large gardens, as well as goats, chickens, ducks, turkeys, pigs, and bees. They offer many different items from their farm including fresh eggs, cheeses, mud scrubs, soap and a special seasoning blend. Plus you can find her at the Sedona Farmers Market on Sundays.
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404: Lyndsay Ludden as a Farmer at the Market