Garrett County Government - Department of Business Development

Three Sisters Farm is Diversified Family Business

Last Updated on Feb 4, 2022 at 9:33am | Agribusiness

Article courtesy of NCWV Media - The Republican. Staff Writer: Brenda Ruggiero. Photo Credit: Staci Carr.
Several new offerings are now available from Three Sisters Farm, a family-owned and -operated produce and livestock farm located in Accident.
"We are truly a diversified farm," said famiiy member Staci Carr. "We raise beef, pork, lamb, chicken and turkey for meat sales, eggs, produce and cut flowers, jams/jelllies, all-purpose seasoning blend, skin care products, candles, crafts and baked goods."
Staci and her husband, Rodney, have been married for 22 years. The farm family also includes daughter Sara Devlin and her husband, Sean, and their son, Briar, and daughters, Emma and Kyla Carr.
The Accident farm formerly belonged to Bill and Maryjane Spear, having been in the familiy for several generations.
"We purchased the barn and three acres in 2011, mainly to accommodate the girls' 4-H and FFA projects," Sara Carr said. "We purchased the remaining 27 acres and house in 2016 with the understanding that we would keep it a farm. The goal was to have a self-sustaining piece of property, and developing an agribusiness seemed to coincide."
For the Carr family, Three Sisters Farm seemed to be the natural choice for a name, since the endeavor was for their daughters and their increasing interest in agriculture.