The “girls” enjoy a treat of Christmas corn. (photo/Margaret Wolter)

Sandhill Acres is a heritage farm in Chelsea, Iowa, that has been in the Musel family since 1865, and is currently owned by sixth-generation farmers Margaret and Brad Wolter. They maintain a small herd of Kiko goats, vegetable gardens and a herd of cantankerous cats.

Named for the majestic sandhill cranes that make their home on the bottomland of the farm, the mission of Sandhill Acres is to nurture a sustainable farm and provide healthy food to the community while being good stewards of the land.

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