Feel free to call ahead and we can have everything ready for you when you visit!
770-356-9541 or email: SpringHillRabbits@gmail.com
HUNNY BUNNY SPECIAL
Enjoy local honey from SpringHill Farms. Our honey is farm fresh, hive fresh, pure and all natural! No chemicals, no antibiotics, unheated, unpasteurized, and so very good.
Take a bit of the country home with you.
Enjoy local honey for the wholesome goodness that only nature can provide. At SpringHill Farms we have awesome bees from our apiary that pollinate our gardens, flowers, acres of clover, grapes, honeysuckle, fruit and nut trees.
Honey is nature’s only perfect food with key vitamins, essential antioxidants and required minerals. Our farm family uses it for almost everything that calls for sugar, including our morning coffee. Sweeter than sugar, honey adds the amazing health benefits as part of nature’s paradise here on the farm. Often prescribed by physicians, local honey helps you beat the allergens that your body constantly battles.
We never filter our honey, but only strain it for the bits of bee wax, so you get the most amazing, all natural product. Hold it up to the light and you’ll see what we mean!
Only $10 for a full one pound/16 ounces. Be sure to tell us you want yours when you are coming over and we’ll have it ready.
FARM FRESH EGGS
Enjoy the amazing flavor and superior nutrition of our Farm Fresh Eggs raised right here in North Georgia. Our pampered chickens are free of hormones and medications to produce these wonderful, all natural eggs for your table. Feed your family only the best, and support local, homegrown agriculture.
A full carton of 12 eggs is only $8. Just let us know when you’re coming by and we’ll have them ready for you!
Rabbit manure droppings are known as “Nature’s Perfect Fertilizer." It's used throughout the world to put directly on plants of ALL types. No composting necessary! This manure has no smell, won’t burn your plants, and is 2.4% Nitrogen, 1.4% Phosphorus and 0.6% Potassium.
We use it on everything, for our flowers, shrubs, trees, garden, grass, pasture, and even to raise earthworms. It’s also famous for being time released, as it breaks down gradually over several weeks and then stays in your soil for months to come.