Ross and Erin Bennett always dreamed of building a family farm and raising their children amidst the fields and farm animals. They have always felt a deeper sense of connection to the land rather than the city and crave the slower life the farm has to offer.
When hemp was legalized in Texas, they decided it was time to jump at the opportunity. Though the dream for a larger operation in Central Texas is still in their sights, they knew it was now or never, and what better way to start than on Erin's family's farm in South Texas.
Texas farming runs deep in Erin's roots, from her grandfather's background in soil conservation and cattle ranching to her great-grandfather's citrus orchards, the family has been farming for generations. The property was acquired by her immediate family in the 1990's, but has been in their family for well over 125 years. The farm is simple, a perfect 100 acres, nestled in South Texas.
Currently this ranch is not open to the public, but in the future The Bennett's hope to open the final stages of their plan to where you can stay and enjoy the life on the ranch.