Come to Hampshire County. Unplug from technology, enjoy a scenic train ride, take a float trip on the South Branch, visit a farmers market or fruit stand. Spend a few days in our quiet, two-lane paradise.
Produce & Decor. Apple Butter Local Honey Jams & Jellies Open Daily Approximately Easter through Thanksgiving Spring & Fall hours 10-5 Summer hours 9-6 Sundays 11-3 Call for appointment otherwise.
Produce, Grandma’s Jams, honey, & gardening needs
Our farm is a multigenerational, environmentally protected family farm, where we sustainably raise and sell 100% grass-fed, dry aged, angus beef and lamb. We also are home to Mountain Barn Venue in our 100 year old restored barn, tucked into the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia, just 30 minutes outside of Winchester. Bluegrass in the Barn is our monthly and bimonthly concert series that we host with house band Bud’s Collective. Come on out to the farm to try our high quality, delicious grass-fed meat, shop homemade products and farm apparel, check out our rustic barn for an authentic farm wedding or special occasion, and party down with us to rocking, contemporary bluegrass mountain music.
Natural Produce, pasture raised chicken & lamb, fresh eggs, raw honey, beeswax candles, CSA, Delivery Available
All varieties of Vegetables
Proudly serving locally sourced meats (butchered on site), dairy, local produce, honey, eggs, cheese, jams, pastries, and dry goods.
We employ green-cycle farming, growing and harvesting corn, sorghum, grapes, nut and fruit trees this is for eating and distillation of Whiskey, Gin, Brandies, Rum and moonshine. Distillery by-products and water recovery is used for feed, fertilizer, and irrigation. Most of the 30 acres is left wild for native flora and fauna. There is 5 acres of pasture land with a small creek and stocked fishing pond; a large barn for events, i.e. birthday parties, weddings, music venues, etc. Soon offering classes in liquor and cordial making; fragrances and essences.
pick your own cherries & black raspberries, available peaches, cherries, plums, nectarines, Tomatoes, & cantaloupes, early & fall apples
Hampshire County and the Potomac Highlands area are the home of many producing farms and orchards that sell their products directly to the public. People travel to our area to purchase seasonal crops and to enjoy our local farmers markets. Please feel free to contact individual farms for details about their seasonal products.
sweet corn and green beans
pick your own sweet & sour cherries, apples, plums, & peaches
This small Huacaya Alpaca Farm in Capon Bridge has Alpaca yarns; products; raw fiber; handmade alpaca shawls; and alpacas.
Cherries & Peaches, Apples, eating & sauce
Apples, Peaches, Pumpkins
The Romney Farmer’s Market is open from mid-May through October fruits, vegetables, baked goods, soaps, etc.
Textile Arts – Art Studio and workshop featuring hand-hooked rugs.
cherries, pear, plum, peaches and apples, fresh apple cider
vegetables, gourds, fruits, honey, & jellies