A Letter from Frost Farm
Hello everyone! We are Van and Paula Frost that moved here from Florida two years ago for Tennessee's natural beauty. We were both in the Marine Corps in the 80's and 90's and became teachers in Florida when we got out. In 2011, we both worked in Afghanistan for the Army until I came back in 2013 to secure our dream to own a farm in Tennessee. We fell in love with Sewanee and the surrounding communities for the friendly people and breathtaking farmland. We selected a 15-acre farm on Sewanee's mountain top and immediately started raising chickens, ducks and goats. Our chickens free range all day with a supplement of Dumor Crumble and scratch grain. Our flock includes Rhode Island Reds, Stars, Ameraucanas, Easter Eggers and Copper-Marans that I have doted over since they were hatched and am proud of their health and happiness. In the spring, we will have baby Nubian goats available and hope to have duck eggs available for you by this time next year. We also currently rent land for horses and cows and are planning to start building our own herd of cows soon. Thanks to everyone here for making us feel so welcome which solidified our decision to settle in this area of Tennessee, and a special shout out to Dee, Stephen and Erich Eichler of Three Oaks Farm for being an invaluable resource and help in times of great need.