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Down Home Ranch

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About DownHomeRanch

Sales 281
On Etsy since 2017

Our products increase the quality of life for someone with a disability. We invite you to join us!

Founded in 1989, Down Home Ranch is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working farm community for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome and Autism. Located on 410 acres in Elgin, Texas, the Ranch provides residential, day program, camp and respite opportunities to adults, 18+. Through our various programs, we provide empowering opportunities through independent life skills training, vocational opportunities, various Special Olympics sports, educational courses and much more.

The products you will find in our store are all created for the sole purpose of increasing the quality of life at Down Home Ranch. We invite you to take a look around and please do let us know what you think. As we are building our online presence, we would love ideas on what products you'd like to see added.

Thank you for browsing our Etsy shop! We hope you found something you can't live without!

Shop members

  • Down Home Ranch


    Down Home Ranch (DHR) is a working ranch located just outside of Austin, Texas that fosters community, fuels social enterprise and inspires joy for people living with IDD.

  • Robert


    For many years, Robert spent his days making sure that our chickens were the happiest on earth. In 2018 however, Robert found a passion for sewing and has been sewing his way through projects ever since!

  • Crystal


    Crystal is a hard worker! For the DHR Etsy shop, she spends time producing the flour sack towels. When not working, Crystal enjoys hanging out with friends, dancing and Zumba.

  • Valerie


  • Terry


  • Sonya


  • Vicki


  • Kelly


  • Brian


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