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Welcome to H&H Family Farm in beautiful Lake City, Florida

Located in the heart of North Florida, Lake City has a rich history dating back to the mid-1800s. Originally known as "Alligator," this charming city got its start as a transportation hub, thanks to its strategic location near the Olustee Depot, a vital stop on the Florida Railroad. In 1859, the name was changed to Lake City, inspired by the nearby crystal-clear Lake DeSoto. Lake City played a significant role in the Civil War, as the Battle of Olustee was fought nearby in 1864. Over the years, it has grown into a thriving community with a strong agricultural heritage, including cattle farming, and remains a welcoming destination for residents and visitors alike.

Our first generation farm family purchased the land in 2022 to bring back its glory and represent the land's deep southern history in the proudest way possible. Throughout the rehabilitation process, pastures are being rejuvenated to support a healthy herd of grass-fed cattle that are bred and sold to local markets. Cross fencing was also added to ensure proper field rotation. Dedicated fields for rye, oats, millet and hay are also maintained to provide healthy nutrition for the herd.


Once the hay field produces enough supply for the winter at the farm, excess rolls and seed are sold to other farmers in Columbia County and surrounding areas. Proper management of the farm's multiple pasture ponds, Cypress ponds and wooded areas include hundreds of Old Florida Oak Trees, supporting natural habitats and ecosystem of many species of birds, black bear, bobcats, deer and turkeys. 

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