This Week ‘Round The Farm


We have a particularly chatty bunch of oinkers this year 🐽.


We were shocked to see these adorable baby apples on our first year trees 🍏.


May is as overwhelmed by the number of babies as I am 🐣.

chicken tractors

I’m pretty sure Noah built the ark in less time, but progress is progress, right?

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Catching Up

baby chicks

Summer is in full swing and we’re still catching up on Spring projects.  I think we all know the feeling.  The juggling of events and projects that gets a little overwhelming at times.  Amazing what warmer weather and a few extra hours of sunlight will do to the to-do list.  But what doesn’t get done will still be there so it’s all good!  A few updates / happenings on the farm.

Pastured Poultry:  Our first group of chicks are almost ready to graduate to the chicken tractors (movable outdoor pens).  Chicken tractors are those incomplete wooden structures seen above.  It protects them from predators while allowing them to grow / thrive on grass.  We’re anticipating offering Pastured Poultry the 2nd week of July.  Whole birds and individual cuts.  Stay tuned!

Eggs: We’ve recently had to increase our eggs price slightly.  Our feed cost has risen 3 times over the past few months.  We’re in the process of doubling our flock to improve efficiency and hopefully offset rising costs.

Beef:  Cattle went to the processor last week so we should be fully restocked in the next 2-3 weeks.  We’ve also secured dates through 2023 with our processor so hopefully you’ll see less sold out signs.

Pork: We’ll be taking pigs in two weeks and should be fully restocked by the end of the month.  Bacon will finally be back!

Coffee: Good news and good news.  We’ve added a decaf variety to the line up, for those that want to awaken your taste buds without staying awake.  We’ve also DROPPED the price of our coffees.  Buying more beans in bulk allows us to get a better price that we can pass on to you!

Check out our online store to see what’s available and what’s coming.  Order online and pick up on the farm, at Charlottesville City Market / Farmers in the Park Market, or have your order delivered if you’re in the Charlottesville / Scottsville area.   Thanks for following and supporting local.

Thanks for following us and allowing us to serve you.  If you have questions or would like to share your thoughts, give us a shout!  Stay cool out there!

With Our Appreciation,

Jason, Lexi, and Family

Farmers Markets

Want to pick some Longbottom Farm beef, pork, poultry, eggs, and coffee as well as other locally produced goodies.  These are the places to do it. 

Charlottesville City Market – Every Saturday from 8am – 12 noon.  Now open to in person shopping.  There is also a preorder drive through if you prefer to not leave your car.  Just go to Charlottesville City Market To-Go.

Farmers in the Park – Every Wednesday from 3pm – 7pm – In person shopping with food, arts, crafts, and lots more.

A great way to stock up on some local food and treats while enjoying some fresh air.  Thanks to all those that have come out to support local farms and artisans in our area.  Hope to see you there!

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