Todd Farms Living Museum.

A museum dedicated to 19th and 20th Century Farming.
We have animals and farm implements that tell the story of the American farmer.

When we moved Todd Farms to Headland, Alabama, we committed to reminding older visitors and teaching younger visitors what farming was like in the 19th and 20th centuries.  We are building a museum in our syrup barn to show farm implements and tools from our family - many over 100 years old.  We also have 40 cane mills, an antique John Deere wagon, and the world's largest collection of syrup containers.  Our latest addition is a very rare pair of white mules named Powder and L'il Bit.

It's Personal


Our family is committed to providing the best, natural products your money can buy.

Signature Style


Thomas Todd started it in 1835 and seven generations have perfected cane syrup making.

Our Commitment


Your satisfaction is expected and guaranteed or we will give you your money back.

​© 2018 by Todd Farms, Headland, Alabama

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John Deere Wagon

Brothers Joe and Max Todd (5th Gen.) restored this John Deere Wagon, found in a barn in Bremen, GA.