Sustainable family run farm specializing in heritage beef,pork and poultry.
Po box 781
3397 Stony Fork Rd
Broadview Farm is a multigenerational family owned and operated farm in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia where we produce grass fed and finished beef, acorn grove pork and pastured poultry for our family, friends and community.
# Take I-81 North to Exit 180 – Rt. 11 North at Natural Bridge.
# At top of exit ramp turn left onto Rt. 11 North. Travel ~ 7 miles.
# Turn left at the Rt. 11 bypass/Rt 251 intersection (traffic light). Proceed ~ 5 miles.
# Cross bridge over Buffalo Creek & turn left on Cedar Hill Church Rd (Rt 675). Go 1 mile.
# At “T” (no stop sign) turn right onto Zollmans Mill Road. Go 1/10th mile road ends at Broadview Ranch.
Address: 932 Zollmans Mill Road Lexington VA 24450
Highland Farm is a producer of Naturally Pastured Scottish Highland Beef, Pork and Chicken. No hormones or antibiotics used. We practice enviromental friendly farming by having fenced out our woods and streams. Our meat can be purchased at the Salem Farmers Market- April through December, The Bread Basket in Floyd or by a visit to the Farm. We also provide beef and pork to Oddfellas Cantina in Floyd. Farm visits are welcomed and encouraged. From I81 take exit 124, take a left onto Route 8, travel Route 8 into Floyd County taking a right onto Route 750. From 750 take the second right onto Easter Creek Road, Next left onto Lester Road, Next right onto Reed Hill Road, Left onto Berry Hill Road, Ours is the first Drive way on the Right.
Haden & Kathy Dulaney
916 Berry Hill Road, NW Riner, VA 24149
IdleWild Farm is a GMO-free farm that produces eggs from free range hens, pastured poultry, pastured and forested pork of Berkshire, Large Black, and Tamworth breeds, salad mix, and surplus vegetables and mushrooms from our family garden. We employ no-till, no – spray gardening methods that improve instead of deplete the soil. Building soil is one of our main goals and jobs as farmers.
We process our chickens on the farm. Check our website for upcoming dates when you can pickup a fresh chickens. We raise chickens February – November to ensure there is plenty of live food available for them to forage. In February before spring hits, we give the chicks access to the greenhouse where there is plenty of live food to eat. You can purchase our products at the Forest Farmer’s Market, The Well (in Bedford), and on the farm.
Please call or email to set up a time to come to the farm.
Doug and Lucy Overstreet
1252 Von Roy Road
Bedford, VA 24523