No. 97 H&H Valley Farm (Graham farm)


4630 Hoffman Road
Rock Creek 44084


From Interstate 90, south on Route 534 to Hoffman Road; left on Hoffman to residence.


Ted and Kim Graham

The Quilt:

4×4, International Harvester logo on pattern


Gary Tabor

The Farm:

(Text provided by Kim Graham)

H&H Valley Farm started when our children were young. My husband (Ted Graham) and I wanted our children to experience what life would be like growing up on a farm.

We decided to build our barn and buy some animals. We started with white face Herefords. We ended up with 15 at one time.

We have had lots of pigs and lots of piglets on our farm. The kids have had rabbits. My daughter did 4-H with hers and she did really well. We had a goat on the farm, also.

When my husband and I grew up, his grandparents and my grandparents lived on a farm. We shared special memories we had remembered while we grew up. We both remember wanting to grow up and live on a farm. So we knew we wanted our children to grow up on a farm. We feel it has taught our children responsibility, hard work, dedication and family life, animals and how to have FUN! We even named our farm after our children. We are glad we decided to start our farm. It’s been a great experience.

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