Green Acres Farm & Home
We are here to help you with home decor, gifts, farm animals, and life in general. Our goal is to glorify God in our home, family, and business enterprises.
The Rusty Coop.
Our farm store, The Rusty Coop, has been a dream of mine for over ten years! I carry Antique Candle Co. candles, Candy Club candy, Fredericksburg Farms food products, original canvas prints, pillows, coffee, tea, and an array of home decor items. Come drink a fresh cup of coffee with me on Saturdays from 11:00-4:00. I can’t wait to see you, My Friend!
Miniature Farm Animals.
On Green Acres, we raise registered Miniature Hereford cattle, registered Butler Texas Longhorn cattle, Micro Miniature cattle (coming soon!), Dwarf Nigerian goats, and KuneKune pigs. We have found these breeds to be friendly, easy to manage, and adorably cute.
Contact either me, The Head Hen, or my husband, The Outdoorsman, at the email addresses below to see what we have available.
Our Australian Shepherd, Opal.
We are excited with the addition of Green Acres Aussiedoodles to our farm. Click on our page in the menu above to see more pictures and read about the three adorable dogs that will help create Green Acres Aussiedoodles in the spring of 2022.
A Little About Us!
In 2015, we decided to pursue our lifelong dream of living in the country and moved to a 30-acre farm in Central Texas. We have both worked hard day and night to make our dreams come true. I started teaching middle school in 1988 and retired in December of 2020. My creative goal was to open my own home decor shop, The Rusty Coop, and to provide a beautiful space for people to shop and gather. My dream of living on a farm and owning a shop have both come true! I am grateful to God for these wonderful blessings!
My husband, The Outdoorsman, is a former NFL equipment manager turned Emergency Management expert. He is still employed in the Emergency Management field, but works tirelessly to build fences and buildings on our farm to make it work for our family and animals. He has the skills needed to make a farm run smoothly. Without him, we would not be able to successfully live on our farm. I am truly thankful for the skills his parents and grandparents taught him.
We are so blessed with our three adult children and are happy to say they all live within a one-hour radius of our farm. They are the most important people in our lives along with our family and friends. We are truly blessed!
Come See Us!
Saturdays from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
2913 FM 112
Lexington, TX 78947
Get In Touch!
To email The Head Hen:
To email The Outdoorsman: