Support Daffodil Hill Farm

It is our mission and greatest pleasure to be a valuable source for education on sustainable living – in our community and beyond. For the past four years, Daffodil Hill Farm has been the destination for farm tours and educational programming about animal husbandry, farm lifestyle and how living with nature can positively impact our lives.

Children and adults have the opportunity to engage with animals at all stages of development, learn about local foraging opportunities and processes and gain skills about integrating sustainable living to all lifestyles.

Daffodil Hill Farm is a Mississippi Non-Profit. We function as a laboratory for developing best practices for models to offer and train women, families and children to create a lifestyle that includes sustainable farming. Our research includes experimenting with farm design and animal collections that are most viable to those wishing to create farmsteads and integrate farm animals and lifestyles into whatever life they choose. Ultimately our mission is to help others create mini farms that are appropriate for their needs. Whether you are a working professional, hobby farmer, or require the benefits of farm resources to support yourself or family, we want to offer the knowledge and information to make that dream a reality.

There are many ways to support the mission and work of Daffodil Hill Farm:

Philanthropy:

Private philanthropy supports educational programming, trainings and workshops on sustainable farming, support of the animals, our farm laboratory, and educational publishing available to everyone.
All gifts to the farm are meaningful, and we appreciate your support at any level!

$200.00 – Sponsor a whole class of children to come out to the farm for the day and learn about the animals and picnic on the grounds.

$100.00 – Support baby goats from life to the wonderful moment we send them to their forever home.

$50.00 – Support a whole family of baby chicks and their mom grow strong and independent.

$25.00 – Chip in to keep us moving forward on our mission to empower families and children to embrace the outdoors and develop skills they can use for a lifetime.

To make a donation please click the button below:

Volunteer:

We need physical labor!

We love to have church groups, Greek organizations, scout groups and families out for clean-up days and animal snuggling. There are always chores to be done, and we love to have friends around to help.

Gifts in Kind:

Let us help you recycle Halloween and Thanksgiving pumpkin decorations (they are yummy!) and bales of hay and straw.

Thank you for all who have already supported the farm and our sustainable farming project! For more information please contact our Director of Philanthropy, Kathryn Dilworth

Spring and fall are great times to visit and learn about egg production and other parts of farm life. Spring and early summer are better for seeing babies. My goats usually kid in February and March and are available for 8 weeks after until they go to their new homes.

I’m happy to give talks about the animals or assist anyone new to this lifestyle. Please contact me through the email form on this page.

Parents interested in giving their kids a real life farm experience at home may inquire about the availability of hatching eggs or raising chicks for up to six weeks before bringing them back to live on the farm.

Farm visits are by appointment only. Please use the contact form to schedule a day and time.