Eggs to go

We are going on week three of delivering eggs to friends and contacts in “the city”, with almost 30 dozen sold! I am absolutely loving it as I feel even more connected to my grandmother who did the same thing during my childhood. I love that people are loving our eggs and I love having an excuse to go to Columbus. Right now we are trying to combine trips and deliver to a couple homes or offices, but we hope to get a more regular schedule worked out soon! Feel free to send me a message or check out the online store for ordering.



Our farming history

Our first set of chickens arrive on Monday, so I thought this would be the appropriate time to launch our new blog for our farming adventures and give you a little of our history.

First, I have to mention my paternal grandparents, from which the “wright” name originates. They owned a grocery store in the Hilltop area of Columbus, Ohio in the 1930s and then bought the farm down the road from ours in 1946, moving their family of four boys out into the country. One of my favorite memories of my grandmother is riding with her to Columbus on the weekends when she would make deliveries of produce and eggs to her former grocery customers.

Now, here’s a little about my husband and myself. Andy was born and raised in the suburbs of Rochester, but his parents came from farming backgrounds and they always had a garden growing up. He was also raised with a love of the outdoors and is an avid sportsman.

I was raised on our family farm, having a successful career showing dairy cattle in 4-H and FFA. But I was also a spoiled only child…I can admit now that my parents helped me a lot and there were things about conventional farming I never learned. I loved growing up in the country, but I came to OSU in 1995 and never left Columbus, enjoying the city life.

We inherited our family farm in 2010 upon the death of my mother (my dad died in 2007). After much thought and prayer, we decided that we would move from Clintonville to the farm in 2011 and start raising a garden and livestock. We began our enterprise with two hives of honeybees last year (now up to 5 total) under the name Believe Honey. Andy also began his garden and is growing wonderful things like sweet corn, squash, tomatoes, green beans, and cucumbers.

We are excited to share this journey with you and welcome visitors anytime!<a