To live life with the land and in concert with nature
Innisfree on the Stillwater is Dennis and Keba Hitzeman. We began our agriculture journey with traditional tillage and Angus beef cattle and have transitioned over the years to organic tillage and sustainable pastureculture using Katadhin hair sheep, Kinder goats, and Shetlend wool sheep. We also keep egg chickens.
Innisfree on the Stillwater began in 1968 when Keba's parents purchased it from the previous owners. Since then, it has transitioned from a bare patch of industrial tilled ground to 100 acres of organic tillage, 30 acres of woods and 30 acres of sustainable pasture ground.
Dennis is a hopeful storyteller with a 20+ year background in Information Technology including 15 years in the United States Air Force. He has also worked as an IT consultant and currently freelances as a writer, artist, philosopher, and technologist as well as managing Innisfree. You can find out more about Dennis's undertakings at his website.
Keba is a second-generation farmer with 20+ years of experience in education including English as a Second Language, secondary and college Spanish, and college Humanities. She currently works part-time as a plant breeder and creates fiber items from her wool flock for sale through the Studio at Innisfree in addition to working on Innisfree itself.
Innisfree on the Stillwater is a 185 acre organic, transitional farm in west-central Ohio
The farm is lovingly cared for by Dennis and Keba Hitzeman
We specialize in all aspects of pastureculture using sheep and goats
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8230 State Route 718, Pleasant Hill, OH, US
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