Hello & Welcome!
I am so glad that you stopped by to learn more about me and Boots & Hooves Homestead.
What to Expect from Boots & Hooves Homestead
Here at Boots & Hooves Homestead, you’ll find a lot of information about the farm life and homemade meals made from scratch. And of course, made from the heart.
I created this site back in 2016 after a few years of getting acquainted with the rural country life. It was my way of sharing beginner homesteader tips and insights to our family’s journey with natural living.
You’ll love Boots & Hooves Homestead if…
- You’re new to the homesteading lifestyle
- You want to live a more natural & simple life
- You’re looking for insider tips & tricks for raising goats & chickens
- You want to grow more of your family’s food
- And you’re looking for really good & comforting recipes
My mission is to help people live a more natural and simple life. To DIY their homestead dreams. And to make some really good healthy & comforting meals along the way. If you’re new to Boots & Hooves Homestead, start here.
About Mary Woita
Hey there! How’s it going? I’m Mary. I am originally from Southern California where I worked as a Human Resource Manager and in Business Operations. I was incredibly focused on my career and very active in community volunteerism.
But things suddenly changed courses when I was recruited for a job in Nebraska. I met and married my real life cowboy. I fell in love with the country boy and the country life. And so I traded in my high heels and pencil skirts for muck boots and dirty jeans.
Ahh, the simple life.
Here we are raising four littles on the family ranch in rural Nebraska. If you would have told me 10 years ago that I’d be living in the middle of nowhere with 4 children, I would have said you were nuts!
When we aren’t busy wrangling littles or cattle, goats, chickens, and ducks, we are working hard on building our homestead dreams from scratch.
I grew up in a big Italian family. I am actually the oldest of six children! And while growing up, food was the center of all gatherings. My grandparents arrived from Italy and Greece. So, I learned a lot from their life on the Mediterranean. And this is where I get a lot of my recipe inspiration.
I honestly never would have imagined or planned this life. I certainly never dreamed of living my own version of Green Acres. Or that I could make a career out of a blog while living in the middle of nowhere. And sometimes with some really sketchy internet!
If you would like to learn more about Boots & Hooves Homestead, visit our Start Here page.