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In 2003, Jerry Hicks and Jerry Neff started The Jerrys Farm, 2859 Three Mile Run Road in Fleming County. The farm is a new/old “green farm”, borrowing from many old farming techniques while incorporating many modern farming practices. They do all of their plowing and mowing using horse drawn equipment, but use a solar panel to power the water pumps. They raise hormone-free pasture-raised chickens and pasture-raised beef on their 150-acre farm. The farm is open for public tours and hands-on farm experiences. Staff Photos by Charles Bertram | Staff

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8 Responses to “THE JERRYS FARM”
  1. Gary Marcum says:

    A small tractor(40 or so hp)would at least save 1/3 of the expense and wear on the ole back.Have you counted the expense of horse shoes and grain.Must have won the lotto so you can make ends meet!

  2. Sara says:

    Jerry Hicks is my older brother and I am so proud of him. He and Jerry Neff have both struggled to get where they are today. They are not doing this to become rich. They are doing this because they love it. They didn’t win the lottery and if I am not mistaken they have other jobs to help make ends meet. I love them both and I am so proud of what they have accomplished.

  3. Jamie says:

    look how skinny these guys are compared to your average farmer!! I think there is an added benefit to farming with horses…less doctor bills!!!

  4. Cindy says:

    I love what you guy’s do, keep it up.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Have you guy’s thought about adding cow shares to your farm.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Have you guy’s thought about adding cow shares to your farm.

  7. Karen Carter says:

    Jerry’s, Sorry we didn’t get to visit this summer. Jen’s kids wanted to come see the animals. I think your farm would be a good school field trip. I will share this site with Rayma, she teaches at West Middle.
    Love to both


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