I stayed here the evening of May 12th, 2021. Kim and Jim were very accommodating and led me to a very nice spot on their acreage that was isolated and wonderful. We spent almost an hour talking about their operation and I got introduced to a new type of sheep I had not heard of before – Dorpers! They are native to South Africa and have mostly black heads. There were several cute lambs jumping and running around. They also have sheep that provide milk for human consumption and it is very tasty. Be aware that both Google maps and Apples maps will not direct you to the correct location. When you call Kim will give you directions and someone will be by the entrance from the road to direct you in. Be sure to have pencil and paper handy.
Kim handed me a folder with lots of good info about their sheep and the products they have for sale. The milk comes in little square quart size containers that fit perfectly into my RVs refrigerator. I also bought some lamb chops and sausage.
Overall, it is a very nice experience, and I would stay there again.