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farms Doe Creek Farm

 Pembroke, VA   

Doe Creek Farm, located in Giles County, VA, is a family owned and operated apple orchard. We are transitioning from a commercial orchard, have taken out our old trees and are converting to a U-Pick orchard with 17 varieties. Our dwarf trees will be in production starting in the fall of 2014.  more...

farms Stonecrop Farm

 Newport, VA   

Our small family farm celebrated 10 years of organic growing in 2013. We produce vegetables, herbs, and flowers on a terraced hill side in southwest Virginia. Our good are available at the downtown Blacksburg Farmers Market and through wholesale account. We specialize in mixed greens including our signature braising mix and Stonecrop Salad.  more...

farms Joe's Trees

 Newport, VA   

Our second generation family farm was started as a 4-H project in 1962. It has both a choose-and-cut Christmas tree operation and a wholesale business selling trees throughout Virginia and surrounding states. In addition to Fraser firs, Joe's Trees grows Concolor, Canaan, and white and Scotch pines.  more...

farms Creekwater Farm

 Pembroke, VA   

Creekwater Farm is a family run farm with cashmere yarn, roving, and goats for sale. Located just outside the town of Pembroke in the beautiful mountains of southwestern Virginia, we raise cashmere goats, selectively breeding for the finest cashmere fiber and the healthiest goats.  more...

farms Sunny Hill Farm

 Newport, VA   

Our farm is located in Floyd, VA, a small town in Floyd County. In addition to poultry, we also raise Icelandic sheep, horses, We are dedicated to providing the best of farm products for our customers! In addition to selling eggs, jams as well as hand-woven linens, and sheep milk soap. We provide e- mail order service.  more...

farms Shadowchase Farm

 newport, VA   

At Shawdowchase Farm we raise grass-finished beef from birth to harvest here on our farm. We bring no finshing animals into our herd. We use no growth hormones or fed antibiotics. Our cows are primarily Angus ,bred with Gelbvieh bulls. We practice rotational grazing methods with our farm divided into 17 separate paddocks.  more...

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