Hudson Family Farm

Arts & Crafts and Food-Making Classes in Trenton, GA

Trenton, GA

About Hudson Family Farm

Want to become self-sufficient? Here at Hudson Family Farm, we offer classes, advice, and tips on how to become completely self-sufficient.

Contact us to learn how to make your own products like soap, laundry detergent, pest control, etc. We also offer classes that teach how to make cheese, butter, wine, etc.

We sell fruits and vegetables that are locally grown, and deliver those to your door. We offer bee keeping classes, greenhouse classes, basket making classes.

We look forward to serving you. Contact us today!


Plants and Animals. We cover everything from greenhouse placement and care to what animals you need to become self-sufficient.


We do not use brands of products. Most of the items we use are home-made. I find this is better for the environment, and I think they are easier to use.

Trenton, GA 30752
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Payment options
Lee Hudson accepts cash, checks, Paypal and credit cards

There are not a lot of certifications that you can have in this field. I do, however, belong to several clubs. Most of which I helped start to feed the hungry.

Cities served
Chattanooga, Huntsville, Cleveland, Rome, Dalton, Cartersville, Hixson, Ringgold, Chatsworth, Mc Minnville and other cities within 100 miles of Trenton.

All of our customers save money. We provide you with tips and tricks to become more self-sufficient. This, in turn, saves you a great deal of money.

You don't have to live like they did in the 1600s. We have electricity, running water and coffee makers.

  • What is the fastest way to become self-sufficient?
  • The fastest way is to start today.
  • What if my plants start dying?
  • Send me a picture and I will try to help you out.

  • How long have you been in business?
  • Where are you located?
  • How far do you travel?
  • What are your hours of operation?

We are open 24 hours a day, and ready to help everyone.

Try to read all you can about the subject. Do not be scared to experinment. Some of our best things were invented by accident.

Jobs that aren't considered get-rich quick. These are true hard-working jobs. You have to want to become self-sufficient to succeed in this field.

Several years ago, a friend came up to me and said the cost of food was too high. I said, it is time to become self-sufficient. So, we started to process.

I follow up with each customer personally. If plants are purchased, I help the customers plant them. If animals are purchased, I help make sure they are in a safe environment.

We offer free food to everyone who is in need. I am very proud of this project, and it seems to work very well.

We average about 900 classes a year, 3,000 garden projects a year and 12,000 animal projects. I enjoy the garden projects the most.


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