Discover how a southern family

in the small town of Jeffersonville, Georgia,

continues their multi-generational love affair with a farm

that has been an essential part of their lives for over a century;

a farm with historical significance in architecture, land management,

sporting traditions, & more.

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Shaping Responsibly Our Next Hundred Years™

A Conscientious Sporting Estate in Jeffersonville, Georgia

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Join us for a Dove Hunt at the farm November 21-23. At Hollywood Farms, we have strategically planted our dove fields to ensure an ongoing food supply for local and migrating birds.

 

This event is limited to only 8 shooters. Reserve your spot today.

Wildrose will be at Hollywood Farms offering their Starting Your Dog The Wildrose Way workshop (2-days, 3-nights). This event welcomes any sporting breed older than 7 months

with no prior training.

Feb 2-4:  On our next Veranda & Vine Wine Experience, Terrye Schaetzel, founder & certified specialist of wine, will share with you the marvels and magic of the wines of the South of France. Remember, our wine experience is designed for the novice and proficient alike, while being so much fun and richly informative.

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LATEST

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FOR HEALTHIER SOILS

We are excited to share our new initiatives to improve our soil.  Based on our latest research, we feel these new initiatives will improve even more our lands’  health and the wellbeing of all its inhabitants. Learn more about them here. 

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Our Vision:

That our family’s future generations

welcome your future family members

with the same, warm enthusiasm

with which we are welcoming you today.

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“Thanks to their vision of enhancing habitat the right way, I was able to go on my first ever, wild quail hunt in the Southeast.  Knowing fully well what’s happened to wild quail populations in Georgia, I never thought I’d ever have this remarkable opportunity.”

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