Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Hobby Farm?

Just a random question today. At what point do we get to officially start saying that we are running a bit of a hobby farm? What are we missing right now to give us that designation? Just wondering because there is a part of me that would find that to be totally awesome.


Jeff Hite said...

Well here is the definition according to Wikipedia:

A hobby farm (also called a lifestyle block in New Zealand) is a smallholding or small farm that is maintained without expectation of being a primary source of income. Some are merely to provide some recreational land, and perhaps a few horses for the family's children. Others are managed as working farms for sideline income, or are even run at an ongoing loss as a lifestyle choice by people with the means to do so, functioning more like a country home than a business.

Jeff Hite said...

Sorry I meant to also add, this means that, yes you do have a hobby farm.

Dirtdartwife said...

uh, any home that as animals that are not pets, can be petted, and require vast amounts of care...yep, I'd call it a hobby farm. :).