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We are the Fieri family.  We began homesteading when our daughter, Alexis, developed multiple food allergies, and we dove deeper into researching and learning how to grow more of our own food to ease her symptoms.  We started raising chickens for their eggs and quickly rejoiced in the fact that Alexis could eat the eggs daily and not get sick.  By simply feeding the chickens foods that were safe for Alexis, she could tolerate the eggs. At this time, we were living in a neighborhood with a concrete backyard and an HOA so creating a homestead beyond the garden and chickens (that were already not allowed), was going to be difficult. We moved to a slightly larger lot and began to really watch our dreams come true. We began to raise turkeys, quail and rabbits feeding them the same non-allergy feed and becoming self sufficient on a small plot of land became our new goal and way of life.

We now live on 13 acres in Fallbrook where we offer farm tours and many other farm experiences. 



The leader of the pack and the muscle and creativity doing all the behind the scenes labor. When not at his firefighter job, he can be found teaching the kids many different trades while building the families dream of obtaining an efficiently ran self sufficient homestead. 



The matriarch of the family comes with many different job titles. Mother, homeschooler, wife, homemaker, farmer, project starter, and mitochondrial disease warrior. Grateful everyday, knowing that the days are numbered but finding joy in every moment. The most important part of this lifestyle is that the family is together.



First born currently studying to become a nurse after being inspired by so many through the years of battling her own health challenges. Of all the farm animals, the goats are her favorite. She's a strong and independent girl who's ready to take on the world.



When not tending to the farm chores, Wyatt can be found on the baseball field or in the ocean where he loves to surf. Wyatt is a huge asset on the farm, helping with the feeding, heavy lifting and cleaning. 

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