January 05, 2024
Change is part of life. Three years ago, two neighboring farms (Spring Hill and Havin Hills) decided to work together to offer farm-raised meats. We threw ourselves into this project, started with an on-farm store, developed a shipping program, and just over a year ago we opened a store in Ridgeland and named ourselves Four Harvest Farm Company.
Now, the Fortins at Spring Hill are taking their farm in a different direction, and leaving Four Harvest. The Dwyers at Havin Hills are continuing Four Harvest and growing it.
In other words, this means Amber and Logan Dwyer (pictured with daughters Evelynn and Aubrey) are now the sole owners of Four Harvest.
What does this mean for you? It means good things to come! There is still a store, still locally produced meats, still shipping, still great customer service. Amber and Logan have lots of plans in the works and I'm excited to see what they do. They're looking to offer even more local products and expand shipping options. On a practical note, the "voice" of Four Harvest has mostly been Marissa, and now that will switch over to Amber.
And what about the Fortins? We're still farming, but we'll be focused exclusively on bulk purchases and shares (for example, pre-ordered whole chicken, whole and half shares of pork, whole share of lamb) and no longer offering retail cuts and packages. To follow along with us, please head to our website at Spring Hill Family Farm. It's been a wonderful few years and we're so thankful to the Dwyers and to you.
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