Welcome to Harvest Lane Farms: Your Beginner's Haven for Hobby Farming

Step into the thrilling world of hobby farming!

Whether it's the cheerful clucking of chickens or the gentle hops of rabbits that excite you, we're here to guide you. Our 'Start Here' page is your gateway to understanding the basics of caring for these delightful creatures. We provide essential guides and resources to help kickstart your farming journey. So, roll up those sleeves, budding farmer, and let's embark on this rustic adventure together!



Embrace the joy of backyard poultry with our range of chicken products. From sturdy coops to chicken toys, our selection is curated to ensure your feathered friends thrive. Begin your egg-laying journey with Harvest Lane Farms, where happy hens lead to hearty homes.


Jump right into the gentle world of rabbitry with our premium rabbit products. Providing comfortable hutches, feed containers, and fun rabbit toys, we cater to the well-being of your furry companions. Hop into a wholesome hobby with supplies that ensure happy hops and tender nibbles.


Discover the charm of duck keeping with our duck-centric products. Offering duckling brooder box, that will hold all your baby ducks. With Harvest Lane Farms, you're set to embark on a quack-filled adventure nurturing ducks that waddle into your heart.


— A Guide to Hobby Farming —

Embarking on the path of hobby farming can feel like stepping into a vast, lush field with endless possibilities. Learn how to start your Hobb Farming journey today!

— Prepping Your Yard

As you venture into the realm of hobby farming, preparing a safe and comfortable space for your animals is the cornerstone of ensuring a happy, healthy flock or herd.

— Taming Time—

Juggling between the modern-day hustle and the age-old allure of rustic life can be challenging. With a schedule, you can ensure your animals receive the care they deserve.

— Animal Care Commitment —

The charm of hobby farming comes intertwined with a commitment to the well-being of your furry and feathered companions. Find out the level of care animals will need.

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What is the best breed of chicken for beginners?

  • Plymouth Rock and Sussex chickens are known for being hardy and friendly, making them great for beginners.

How many chickens should I start with?

  • Starting with 3 - 5 chickens is a good number for beginners to manage. (Just know that most Farm Ranch Stores have a rule thatyou cannot buy one chicken)

What do chickens eat and when should they eat?

  • Chickens eat a variety of grains, pellets, fruits, and vegetables. They should be fed daily with access to fresh water at all times.

How can I keep my chickens healthy?

  • Provide a balanced diet, clean housing, and regular health check-ups to keep your chickens healthy.


What are the best rabbit breeds for beginners?

  • The New Zealand and the Dutch rabbit are popular choices for beginners due to their friendly and calm temperament.

What do rabbits eat?

  • Rabbits primarily eat hay, but also enjoy a variety of leafy greens, vegetables, and specially formulated rabbit pellets.

How often should I clean my rabbit's cage?

  • It’s important to remove soiled bedding daily, and thoroughly clean the cage every week.

How can I ensure my rabbits are healthy?

  • Regular vet check-ups, a balanced diet, and a clean living environment are essential for maintaining rabbit health.


Is it difficult to raise ducks?

  • Ducks are relatively easy to care for. They require clean water, shelter, and a balanced diet.

Can ducks and chickens live together?

  • Yes, with proper supervision and enough space, ducks and chickens can coexist.

What should I feed my ducks?

  • Ducks eat waterfowl pellets, grains, and enjoy a variety of vegetables and bugs.

How much water do ducks need?

  • Ducks need enough water to cover their heads to keep their eyes, nostrils, and bills clean. (Make sure to clean water out regularly, or algae will form)


Hobby farming offers hands-on learning in animal husbandry, horticulture, and sustainable living.


It fosters connections with local farmers, agriculture fairs, and farming cooperatives.


Provides stress relief, exercise, and access to fresh, home-grown produce. Promotes healthy lifestyle.


Thank you!