Farm Store Hours:
Open year round
Mon.-Sat. 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Please note: This is a working farm and private residence–if you wish to visit other areas on the farm, please make prior arrangements with us. Please do not touch or feed the animals. Thank you!
3085 Indian Run Road
Amissville, Virginia 20106
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We offer ownership shares in our grass-fed and organically managed Brown Swiss dairy cow herd. This is the only way raw milk may legally be obtained in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Share owners receive a percentage of the herd’s milk production each week, an average of 1 gallon per week per share. One share in the herd costs $100 up front, and then owners pay a boarding fee of $40/month per share for the daily care, feeding and milking of the herd. Owners must also make the commitment to pick up their milk weekly at the farm. Milk is available year round, and your one-time purchase of a share is good indefinitely. Our cows are tested A2/A2 milkers and TB, Brucellosis, Johnes and BLV free. We also regularly test our milk for safety and quality. Brown Swiss milk is very rich in butterfat and proteins and is prized by cheesemakers for its excellent yield and qualities. Please call us for more information about our dairy herd share program.
- Chicken Eggs: $5/dozen. Available year-round.
- Duck Eggs: $7/dozen. Limited availability.
- Whole Cornish roasting chickens, 3-5 lbs: Available through CSA, and at the Farm Store for $5.75/lb.
- Heritage Dorking chickens, 2.5-4.5 lbs: $6.75/lb. Available in summer and fall. These are bred, hatched and raised entirely on our farm. The Dorking won first place in a Livestock Conservancy blind taste test of several chicken breeds.
Our turkeys are heritage breed, free-ranging, and Certified Organic fed. Click here for details.
In spring and early summer we offer herb, flower, and vegetable plants for your garden. We specialize in heirloom vegetables and flowers especially well suited to our growing region, as well as culinary and medicinal herbs. All plants are propagated or grown from seed on our farm, using organic methods. Our plants are never treated with chemical fertilizers or pesticides so they are safe for pollinators and other beneficial insects.
We offer only 100% local honey made by our own bees, or from the bees of other trusted nearby beekeepers. Update June 2017: we have local raw, unfiltered honey in stock now made in Culpeper and Orange counties by the bees at Bee-Attitudes Honey Company. 1 lb honey in glass jar – $12.00.
Once a year, we offer pure maple syrup from New Hampshire, where Kevin’s family has been sugaring for generations. If you’re looking for authentic, old fashioned maple syrup, this is the real deal! Try it in your coffee or combine with our eggs for some delicious egg nog! Sign up for our mailing list so you’ll hear when Kevin makes his annual trip to the Great North Woods at sugaring season.
Rachel makes old-fashioned soap in small batches from pure ingredients produced on our farm. If you find that commercial soaps leave your hands dry and chapped, these skin nourishing soaps are the perfect solution. Our soaps contain no artificial chemical ingredients.
The Story of our Soaps…
Waste not, want not. Pure soap is made from a base of natural fats or oils be they from animals or plants. It was common place for our ancestors to make their own soaps from the extra fat of their livestock. Today, most “natural” soaps are made from a base of coconut and/or olive oils which must travel thousands of miles from other regions of the world. By making soap from the extra fat of our animals, we are reducing our carbon footprint by using a renewable resource literally from our own backyard, and honoring the lives of our animals by making use of every part, wasting nothing. We are able to provide for the soap needs of our household, and income from the sale of our extra soap is an important contribution to the permaculture system of our farmstead.
Thank you for buying local, sustainable, eco-friendly soaps and reducing your carbon footprint!
Rachel hand spins and naturally dyes the wool from our heritage sheep to make beautiful yarns for your knitting projects. Raw fleeces, and washed & combed wool roving are available.
- Pasture-raised Beef, available by the cut, from our friends at West Wind Farm in Castleton, Virginia.
- Organic Butter, Cheeses, and Ice Cream made from the milk of grass-fed cows by Trickling Springs Creamery.
- Farmstead Ferments Seasonal Saurkraut Blends rich in probiotics, electrolytes, enzymes, and flavor!
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