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Pasture Raised Meat & Eggs from our family to yours.

Hand Gathered, Farm Fresh Eggs

Raised on pasture and soaking up sunshine.  Experience the difference and give our free range, premium eggs a try!

Virginia Raised, 100% Grassfed Beef

Our Virginia raised beef at Longbottom Farm is 100% grass-fed & grass-finished.  No antibiotics or homones

Longbottom Farm Pastured Pork

Raised in a combination of pasture and woods.  Pastured Pork produces a flavor like no other.  Experience the difference.

Pick up at the farm, contact us about delivery, or visit us at the Scottsville Farmers Market every Saturday from 8 am - Noon (April 6th - November 2nd).

Our Story

Hi, I’m Lexi. Not long ago, Jason and I were living the suburban dream. We had a growing family in a wonderful neighborhood, with good schools, nearby amenities and all the Netflix our wi-fi could handle. It was a wonderful life, but something was missing. Little did we know that a seed had been planted in both of our hearts. And what started as a spark of desire to move to the country, grew into a full fledged passion for farming. There were many factors at play, but ultimately the desire to responsibly raise safe, nutritious food was the reason we started Longbottom Farm.   Continue Reading →

Latest Farm Updates

100% Grass-Fed Black Angus Beef is Here & Thank You Sale.

This week on the farm... 1. Not exactly a good 'ol fashioned cattle drive, but we did, in fact, drive our cattle from the upper pasture to the bottom land 2. The girls were worried the chicks wouldn't be able to reach their breakfast. 3. I literally have no idea what...

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Happy Father’s Day

1. He calls himself the Clark Griswold of hoses and I can't argue. 2. I also feel like there are some underlying ICU nurse tendencies. 3. Pensive piggy. 4. Wishing the biggest Happy Father's Day to this guy! He does it all, sometimes on very little sleep, and never...

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Chickens With Hair-dos and Technical Difficulties

This week on the farm... crazy chicken lady edition. 1. Integrating flocks has been a challenge, but we have avoided a Mortal Kombat style showdown, so I'll call it a success! 2. Supervising afternoon snacks with style. 3. All this rain is rough on everyone's 'do. 4....

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