Golden Farm

All-natural beef, lamb, pork, eggs (chicken, turkey and duck), fruits and veggies. Animals are lovingly cared for, and allowed free range (ie - spoiled rotten!) Come visit the farm to hand feed the animals, and pet the birds. Bring a bathing suit to swim in Cedar Creek. (Please call first.)

No chemical fertilizers or growth hormones allowed on farm. Antibiotics used as needed. All animals can be traced to birth. USDA inspected. Beef is angus and angus-crosses. Heirloom pork. All meat is dry-aged at least two weeks.

Listing last updated on Jun 23, 2011

Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, with mountain views, our animals are lovingly cared for and tended the natural way. Located outside historic Middletown, Va. Approx. 1 hour from the DC Beltway, out Rte 66 W to Rte 81 N.



Schedule and Location:

Fridays from 5:30 pm to 8 pm at Cristina's Cafe in Strasburg, VA

Saturdays from 9 am to 12 pm at the historic WaySide Inn, Main Street, Middletown, VA.

Schedule and Location:

Buy at the Farm or schedule a pick up in the DC area. Call or email for an appointment.



Latest Reviews


A rootin' tootin' good time is to be had by all who visit, Sue Golden's, Golden Farm. With mountain views as far as the eye can see and tall lean pine trees you automatically get in the down to earth farmer's mood, easy goin', and ready to enjoy the simple yet miraculous things in life.... [more]


At Cristina's Cafe we have thoroughly enjoyed having Golden Farms as one our local business partners. We use her ground beef to make "Golden" burgers & Mexican albondigas (meatballs).... [more]


I am most vegetarian. However, when I do eat meat I want to know it comes from a happy cow. I have been to Sues farm witnessed her happy animals, and even feed them.... [more]

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From Our Blog

Spring Fever on Golden Farm

2010-01-20

We have spring fever on Golden Farm.  The big snow in December had Farmer Sue snowed in for days, wading through four foot drifts to feed and water all of the critters.  We slept and fed, and slept and fed.... [more]


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