Stoney Ridge Farmer

A few years ago, the Stoney Ridge Farmer moved from a 1/3-acre lot in the city to a 150-acre farm nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

Join him on his journey to build a successful farming venture — rehabilitating the old, overgrown, washed out, and gullied tobacco farm he bought and working to restore soil quality in his fields with minimal fertilizer and lots of hard work — and enjoy the insights he learns & shares along the way!

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A few years ago, the Stoney Ridge Farmer moved from a 1/3-acre lot in the city to a 150-acre farm nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
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