About Us

About Us 

Our little family owned and operated hobby farm is near Toronto Wildlife and Parks in the beautiful Kansas countryside. Here we blend our love of outdoor life, and our passion for providing a place to learn self sustainability, independence, encouragement and healing for people and animals.

We live as organically as possible so we can preserve the land. The overall health of our family, the animals, and those who purchase our products is important to us.

On our little piece of land, we have raised chickens, goats, cattle, horses, dogs, cats, geese, donkeys, ducks, plus rescued, abandoned and special needs animals. We have found forever homes for some and Kritterhill has become the forever home for others. You can see some of their stories on the Kritters at Kritterhill page. You can adopt a special needs animal by providing monthly support, or a one time donation toward their needs: Support the Kritters. We will provide you updates on their life, their needs and how your support has enhanced their lifestyle through our monthly newsletter.


You can also choose to give to in many ways.

Proceeds are directed to several areas near and dear to our heart:
-caring for the animals
-supporting young authors and artists
-homeless dogs and the homeless dogs of our Veterans 
-educating students on our college campuses about the value of life from conception 
-ministries that support rescuing victims of human trafficking. 

Our welcoming staff, Duke, now retired Dolly and Reba - Great Pyrenes dogs are ready to show you our down-home hospitality. (Note: If you are a fan of western movies and music you can probably identify where our dogs names originated.) 

Experience a day on the farm.

Come and camp out for a night or a weekend or stay nearby at Toronto Lake they have some lovely cabins and camping sites with electric hook up for RVs as well as nice tent camping. See this link for more information: https://ksoutdoors.com/State-Parks/Locations/Cross-Timbers/Cabins

Bring your own art, paint, draw, bring your camera or go on a nature hike. 

Spend time with the animals, pet them, watch them, enjoy them and paint, draw or photograph them. 

We invite you to come for a true “off-grid” experience. We are now taking reservations for Spring of 2023.