Fesko Farm is home to over 700 dairy cows and several acres of land that grows corn, hay, wheat, oats, and soybeans. It is a fourth generation farm currently run by Kim Brayman, her husband, and children. Fesko Farm has protected 468 acres of prime farmland through a conservation easement. The farm has diversified over the years by once being an education center for children that Kim’s mother, Chris Fesko, taught and managed. And with the purchase of development rights Kim was able to start a campsite called Happy Pastures on her farm. Happy Pastures is located outside the conservation easement area, but is nearby and has cabins and camping sites for RV’s and tents. Kim is looking forward to continuing to farm and help people enjoy the great outdoors and farm life.