Nestled in the mountains of Ball Ground, Sweet Dreams Farm is on 17 acres of pasture and forest.
Click Play or hit arrows in top right corner to get the virtual tour of the farm.
Everyone knows that the farm life starts at the crack of dawn and ends as the sun is setting in the west. Well, that may be a little exaggerated, but it takes a lot of work to run a farm. Blessed, this farm has a team that works hard to help Ms Vicki and Mr. Jerry take care of the place! Before any of the horsey fun can begin there are chores, chores, and more chores.
- There's mucking (a lot of that!) to be done, water to check, troughs to fill, feed to mix, hay to set out, grain buckets to refill, tack rooms to sweep, aisles to rake, chickens to feed, eggs to collect, dogs and cats to feed, and horses to turn out (and turn in). You would think after all of that we'd be too tired to do anything else, not to mention we do this rain or shine, snow or storm. But alas, NO, we are NEVER too tired to work and play with our horses.
All our hard work is well worth the time we get with our horses! The bond we build is amazing and the skills we learn are life long.
In addition to horses the farm has lots of cats and dogs. At the moment 5 cats and 8 dogs. Several of the dog are rescues. Our Recuse dogs are looking for a forever home, if you could fill that need for them please contact via phone or email for more information.
The farm offers fresh eggs straight from the coop.
The Sweet Dreams Farm garden grows a plethora of vegetables, from squash to carrots and beets. Sometimes we have community garden.
Header Image: Farmer Jerry and his Tractor