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Dream Hayven Farm, LLC

Melissa R Kreuzer
901 Liberty Road
Lafayette, TN   37083  (Macon County)

Phone: (none listed )
E-mail: fells@dreamhayven.com
Web: http://www.dreamhayven.com

Region: Middle

Method of Sale: On Farm Sales

Additional Information

We are one of the very few breeders in the U.S. of the rare, endangered Fell Pony from England, and the only breeder in Tennessee. Our herd of superb breeding animals includes two fully licensed Fell Pony breeding stallions, imported direct from England itself. In addition to our annual foal crop, we offer stallion services to approved outside mares with consultation. We also operate a successful Fell Pony consignment program, and for the discriminating buyer, import services from Europe itself.

For those with a keen interest in the Fell Pony, but for a variety of reasons owning one yourself might not be realistic in the near future, we offer a Fell Pony On-Farm Retreat. Choose to stay one night, two nights or more in our comfortable guest room while exploring our farm and one of the largest herds of Fell Ponies this side of the Mississippi. A perfect escape for mother and daughter, couples, best friends, or anyone in love with the Fell Pony! In addition to our ponies, animals of every sort abound on the farm, from pygmy goats to adorable mini rabbits. Our acreage is bordered on three sides by fresh-water creeks, and includes hardwood forests and sweeping pastures.

We maintain a special interest in English heritage breeds, so along with the Fell Pony, have also recently begun production in Olde English Southdown Babydoll sheep, which will include lambs for both meat & breeding, and production of fiber into roving. Our farm holds a Class C licensed petting zoo with the USDA and is one of just a few such licensed establishments in the Upper Cumberland region.

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