Nu-Beginning Farm is a teaching homestead located in beautiful Greenville, Virginia. We are a family owned and operated farm offering educational experiences to both a James Madison University internship along with any homesteader want-to-be. We are happy to share our knowledge and experience. Please contact us if you're interested in learning, our rates are based on the level of "expertise" required.
In addition to Quail Eggs and frozen Quail Meat (only sold locally), bedding plants, vegetable plants, herbs and fresh organically grown and chemical free vegetables in season, handmade soaps and bath salts and Va's Finest jams, Nu-Beginning Farm also makes home Virginia's Finest baked goodies. We offer white and wheat breads in loaves and dinner rolls. We also now offer both mini monster cookies, chocolate chip and "Sassy Lassy" cookies, Almond, Lemon and Sour Cream pound cakes, Chocolate and Walnut Brownies, Banana Nut Bread, Chocolate Chip Banana Bread and seasonally Cranberry Banana Nut Bread, Pecan Streusel, Pecan and Pumpkin pies! All of our baked goods are prepared in our State inspected kitchen. Please visit us at the market or contact us for an order.
Nu-Beginning Farm, bringing quality goodness from our familly to yours.
Season: May through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 30
Full Share: $475/year
1/2 Share: $265.00/year
Work Req? No
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Schedule and Location:
Staunton Farmers' Market on Saturdays 7:00am - Noon
Harrisonburg Farmers' Market Saturdays 7:00am - 1:00pm
North Augusta Farmers' Market, Wednesdays in Verona, 12:00-5:00PM
Hours are usually by appointment, so call or e-mail us to ensure someone will be available to serve you.
We wholesale baked goods, jams, soaps, bath salts, quail eggs and quail meat to several retail outlets in the immediate area. Items vary by location. Locations include: George Bower's Grocery (Staunton, Va.), Farm to You (Lexington, Va.), Healthy Foods Co-op (Lexington, Va.), Rocktown Gift Shop (Harrisonburg, Va.), Mrs. Hardesty's Tea Room (Harrisonburg, Va.)
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Great farm! They are great! I love their homemade goodies, their produce, and their homemade soups. They are friendly and even taught me how to make my first batch of Jam.