We’re a work in progress. Whispering Pines Farm grew from a 20 acre farm with a riding academy, pony ride birthday parties and tack shop turned cheese shop in Mauldin, SC to 180 acres in a much more rural location in Seneca, Oconee County, SC.
You can visit our new location at 681 Old Campbell Bridge Rd Seneca, SC 29678 or contact Debbie at (864) 360-3222.
At this new location, we traded our indoor arena and party rooms for an expanded dairy and cheese making facilities, set up a picnic area and have miles of horse back riding trails. And there is enough land for all of the livestock to forage and thrive.
There are beautiful areas to hike and explore and ponds for fishing, along with abundant wildlife and awesome photo opportunities all around.
We offer farm tours, cheese making classes and even seasonal classes on how to milk sheep and goats as well as how to assist the sheep and goats giving birth!
There are great sites for primitive camping areas and we’re working on some areas for glamping! There is even a river that would be great for kayaking and fishing.
There are always new things to do at the farm. Follow us on Facebook and check back often for updates on upcoming events and special farm announcements.
ABOUT Debbie Webster
Owner/operator Debbie Neuman Webster began assisting horse lovers in the Greenville area in 1980, first through J&J Stables and then at Whispering Pines Stables in Mauldin, SC. Debbie has over 30 years experience in teaching at riding academies in the Midwest and locally. In 1980, she became a member of the United Professional Horseman Association, and in 1983 earned her license to be a Horse Show judge recognized by the American Horse Show Association. Debbie has trained students and horses competing in World Class Competition!
Debbie Webster began expanding the farm over 20 years ago when she bought a few sheep and goats for a yearly live Nativity and Whispering Pines Stables became Whispering Pines Farm. In 2019, the farm relocated to Seneca, SC with more room to grow on 180 acres.
The sheep and goats multiplied over time into producers of milk and of awarding winning cheeses. Whispering Pines became the first licensed Sheep milk dairy in South Carolina. Debbie's cheese business has grown tremendously each year. She has a meat handlers license and sells pastured lamb. She started the first 4H Dairy sheep club in the US, her Agri-Tourism program served over 1,000 families during a single summer.
Debbie conducts classes for small ruminant care, cheese making and uses her sheep for therapy for children with Special Needs. She’s passionate about helping people start farms. She founded the Whispering Pines Foundation, a Non-Profit, dedicated to getting children and youth outdoors and involved in dairy sheep and farming.