2017 Polk County Farm Family of the Year – Farm Bureau
2017 Western District Farm Family of the Year – Farm Bureau

We are extremely grateful for this honor and that God has blessed us with the opportunity to farm for a living!

Holly Springs Homestead is headquarters for our family business but more importantly it deeply represents our dream life. Holly Springs Homestead was developed out of our love of family and our strong desire to raise our boys to become independent, capable, young men with strong work ethics and moral backbones just like me and my husband were both raised.

Holly Springs Homestead is a place where tradition, an entrepreneurial spirit, a love for our roots, and elbow grease is all the rage!

Some companies reorganize…our family re-prioritized. Recognizing that our dreams were only achievable if we stepped out on faith, we left over 35 collective years of corporate tenure behind us to become in charge of our own destiny.

Both Luke and I were fortunate to grow up with parents and grandparents who believed in hard work and self-sustainability…..it is our goal to pass along the old traditions and retain the wonderful and simple ways of life back in the olden days.

Using formal education degrees in agriculture and business administration, it is our goal to integrate modern technologies with proven methodologies from the past. In doing so, we are committed to keeping life simple, preserving what we have been blessed with, and passing along the knowledge and life skills that we have been taught along the way.


Take a drive to the country, just 5 short, scenic miles down Holly Springs Road towards Irons Fork Lake.

Traveling North from Mena/DeQueen:
Going north on Highway 71 as you leave Mena, take the first right past Handy Hardware on Polk Road 74, known to locals as Holly Springs Road. Continue straight exactly 5 miles to our drive. We are located on the left, look for our sign, Farm Stand and the Market. (FYI: One half miles before you arrive, county road 74 turns off to the right, don’t turn with it. Continue straight.)

Traveling South from Waldron/Fort Smith:
Coming south from Fort Smith, take the Irons Fork Lake exit to the left just before reaching the town of Acorn. Go about 1.5 miles until you see Polk Road 184 – turn right. Go 2.5 scenic miles until you reach Holly Springs Homestead on the right.

Using GPS:
217 Polk Road 184
Mena, AR 71953