A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US! 

 
Greg Hipp founded Hipp Farms in 1981. At the age of 18, Greg took his only tractor and began his
dream to become a farmer. For over 35 years he has been realizing his dream every day. We married in 2009 and each have two children, Rebecca, William, Kolby and Wyatt.
Rebecca is married to Miller, our amazing son-in-law! In August 2016, the newest addition of our family was born, Ellison! She is our first grandchild, and we are over the moon for her! Ellison is  a big sister now! Anderson was born May 2019 and we cannot wait for him to take his place on the farm! Hipp Farms continues to be Blessed beyond measure! 
Greg and I both come from farming backgrounds! I am a 5th generation farmer and Greg's family has been farming and in ag related business for many years. Our goal is to raise awareness of the importance that farming has had on our past and will have on our future. We felt the best way to realize our dreams and promote farming and agriculture was to get the corn rolling and start this wonderful ride! We would like to say thank you in advance for your support!
Without you we would just be a field of corn with some mighty wide paths for the crows!
We can't wait to meet you all!
Welcome to Our Farm,
Greg & Felecia Hipp
OUR TEAM
Greg & Felecia Hipp
Founders:
Greg and I have been married for 8 years. We both love the farm life that we live. We are so Blessed to have a job we love and that we are realizing our dream on a daily basis. It is not always easy but is always different!
             Hipp's
Our Farmily!
God has Blessed us with an awesome family! Rebecca, William, Kolby and Wyatt have all worked on our farm through the years! Nothing can make a greater bond than the entire family working towards a common goal.
     Ellison & Anderson!!!
Third Generation!
We are so thrilled to have our Grandbabies involved in farming as well. Ellison was days old when she came home to the farm for the first time! This is Anderson's first year and he will take his place on the farm very soon! Our Prayer is that we will be able to pass on our farming operation for many generations.