"We look forward to sharing with you our love for this land. Whether you're here for a quail hunt or a weekend stay, our team takes your time to heart."
A family tradition.
Steve and Mary Ellen Brewington (above left) have a true love for the 600 acres on which Windy Hill Farm and Preserve sits. Mary Ellen's father first purchased the farm and built a home there in the year 2001. Their three children Sam, Steven and Nell practically grew up here spending summers working the farm as well as hunting quail and fishing in the Tennessee River.
After completing his degree at the University of Tennessee, Steven (above right with wife, Allie) took over management of the property. Steven has worked hard to restore sustainable and responsible farming while developing a true wildlife habitat. Having spent many summers here as a boy working with his grandfather, he learned early on about his passion for the land.
It is the family's hope that you will fall in love with this slice of East Tennessee heaven the way they have.
Prescott, Assistant Farm Manager
With Windy Hill since 2017, Prescott got his degree in Environmental Soil Sciences from the University of Tennessee. He loves working with the animals and restoring the wildlife habitat. He's also an amateur photographer.
Jack Bailey, Lead Hunting Guide
Jack has been guiding quail hunts for 20-plus years. He has worked with
5 lodges in three states (AL, KY, TN) as well as grouse hunts in Michigan. He has run dozens of bird dogs over the years and knows how to put guests on great birds.
Benjamin, (right) Farm Hand
Benjamin started at Windy Hill in 2019 after completing his degree Wilflife and Fisheries Management at the University of Tennessee. He enjoys meeting all our wonderful guests and is expecting his first baby soon.