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Our family invites you to come out and see our wonderful farm and precious animals. We are easy to find and only a short drive from Savannah.
Tuesday – Saturday
9:00 am to 5:00pm
934 Driggers Rd
Brooklet Ga 30415
DIRECTIONS TO OUR FARM
FROM INTERSTATE 16 EAST: (SAVANNAH)
Go I-16 West. Take Exit 143 US 280/ Pembroke. Turn right onto Hwy 280, go 1.5 miles to stoplight and turn left onto Hwy 80. Go 12.4 miles (Country Corner on right) and turn right onto Hwy 119c. Go .3 miles and turn left onto Stilson-Leefield Road. Go 3.5 miles turn left onto Driggers Rd. (Dirt Road) Drive to Barn, the store is on left.
FROM INTERSTATE 16 WEST: (MACON)
Go I-16 East. Take Hwy 67, Exit 127 and turn left off the exit ramp. Go until you reach Brooklet-Denmark Road (store on the corner) and turn right. Drive until you reach Hwy 80 in Brooklet. Cross over Hwy 80 and the road becomes Brooklet-Leefield Road. Go to the 4-way stop and take a right onto Stilson-Leefield Road. Go 4.8 miles and take a right onto Driggers Road. The Red Barn on the left is your destination. (Look for the Hunter Cattle sign in the field and our “Sinclair” gas signs hanging on the Barn.)
FROM HIGHWAY 80 EAST: (POOLER)
Go Hwy 80 West. At the “Country Corner Gas Station” in Stilson, take a right onto Hwy 119 Connector. Go 1/4 mile and take the next left onto Stilson-Leefield Hwy. Go 3 miles and look for the Hunter Cattle sign in a big cattle field on the left. Take a left onto Driggers Road. Take a left onto a dirt road towards the big red barn. There are Sinclair gas signs hanging on the Barn.
FROM HIGHWAY 80 WEST: (STATESBORO)
Go Hwy 80 East. At the “IGA Store” in Brooklet, take a left onto Brooklet-Leefield Highway. Go 4 miles to the 4-way stop. Take a right onto Stilson-Leefield Road. Go 4.8 miles and take a right at the top of the hill onto Driggers Road. (If you see a Hunter Cattle Sign in a field you have gone too far) The Red Barn on the left is your destination. (Look for the Hunter Cattle sign in the field and our “Sinclair” gas signs hanging on the Barn.)