At Hobby Farms, we know that growing healthy food and maintaining a sustainable farm hold top priority in your life. Whether you’re getting your hands dirty in a city plot or on your land’s back 40, our do-it-yourself guides and tips from other small-scale farmers will provide the inspiration and support you need to start your next farm project from scratch.
Meet the Editors
Roger Sipe is the group editor of Hobby Farms and Chickens magazines. Farming has been in his family for generations and he himself grew up on a small farm in central Indiana. A graduate of Purdue University, Roger currently lives in central Indiana with his wife and two sons.
Rachael Brugger is the managing editor for HobbyFarms.com. She grows food and medicine on a 50-acre farm near Lexington, Ky. When not bringing you your daily dose of farming know-how, you can find her in her kitchen not following recipes, on her yoga mat in a satisfying pigeon pose, or exploring the world’s nooks and crannies. Follow her on Instagram @rachaelbrugger.
Cory Hershberger is associate editor for Hobby Farms and Chickens magazines. An avid reader and homebrewer, he is also the editor of Brew It! (I-5 Press, 2015) and currently resides in Lexington, Ky. with his tubby ginger cat, Seymour.
Sarah Becker is the assistant editor of Hobby Farms andChickens magazines. Born and raised in California, she holds degrees from Chapman University and California State University, Fullerton. Sarah’s sun-drenched backyard garden has included tomatoes, cucumbers, and an overabundance of zucchini.