A family owned and operated farm in Georgetown, Ohio since 1975.
Our farm story started in 1975 when Frank and Marian Stith moved their family to a farm in the rolling hills of Southern Ohio. Today, Frank and Marian’s grandchildren are the third generation to operate the farm.
The farm is a diversified operation with roots stretching back to our grandparents and branches reaching toward the future. We produce corn, soybeans, wheat, forage crops, Angus cattle, hops and tobacco.
Hops. Locally raised, locally processed.
We established our hop yard in 2015 with the intent to serve the growing craft brewing industry in Southwest Ohio. We raise multiple varieties of hops that are available wet, as dry whole cones, and pelleted for commercial and home brewers. We process the hops in our on-farm processing facility that is licensed by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Beef. Locally grown, responsibly cared for.
Our cattle herd began with four cows raised by Carl Scott in the early 1960’s. Today, we maintain a herd of 60 cows on our home farm, selling beef directly to consumers and cattle through our local cooperative. All of our cows were born and raised on our farm, so they have always been under our care.
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