Jenny Eckman, 56, an electrical engineer from Harris County, Georgia poses for a portrait on her farm in Harris County, Georgia, on Saturday, February 27, 2016. Harris learned how to raise bees after her husband bought her two hives and a beekeeping class. Eckman: 706-464-7228
Jenny Eckman, 56, an electrical engineer from Harris County, Georgia poses for a portrait on her farm in Harris County, Georgia, on Saturday, February 27, 2016. Harris learned how to raise bees after her husband bought her two hives and a beekeeping class.

Since opening its gates 15 years ago, KAE Farms has expanded from being just a small family farm to a a place where work becomes play. By simply taking classes and getting certifications, Jenny Eckman, her husband, sister, and brother-in-law have expanded their passions into a full fledged business, raising and selling cattle, horses, bees, and more.

By Gabi Robins

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