‘Round The Farm
Fire pits are our jam 🔥
The babies pretending to be big cows 🐮
Mae’s favorite watering hole 💦
When the hitching post is taken, the tractor will do 🚜
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Why Farming? This is Why!
Of all the jobs and lifestyles we could have chosen, why farming? This video shows us doing chores as a family, having fun while trying to make a living. It’s about spending time with family and building something (the farm) together.
It’s that time of year again. Leaves are turning and woodsmoke is in the air. Pumpkins adorn our homes and landscapes while cool mornings make the coffee even better. The cycles of the seasons remind us that everything is always changing and nothing remains the same. This is a pretty bad transition into how our inventory at Longbottom Farm changes, and right now we’re pretty low on stock BUT that ends in a couple weeks! Here are a few updates to be aware of.
Dry-aging as we speak … read. We expect to be restocked in beef the 1st week of November (maybe the second). That said, we still have Fall favorites such as Dry-aged Ground Beef and Roasts, aka the “Comfort Foods” that are perfect this time of year.
We’ve sold way more Woodland Pork than in previous years, and the lack of items makes that evident. No worries! We took pigs last week and anticipate being fully restocked across the board the 1st week of November. That includes Bundles and Shares!
Ditto! Chickens are at the processor and expected to be restocked late next week. Only caveat is that our date was moved, leading to larger than expected birds. For this reason, we’ll be parting these guys meaning no additional whole birds this round. That said, we still have a fair supply of whole birds in stock.
We have plenty of eggs and will for the foreseeable future. Hopefully you picked up some during our sale last week. Also, we had a fan go out on our fridge last week, which led to some freezing temperatures in one of our egg refrigerators. If you received any cracked or frozen eggs, please let us know and we’ll be glad to replace them. Big thanks to L for letting us know! We don’t always get it right, but we do our best to make it right.
TLDR: We’ll be restocked in almost everything in ~ 2 weeks and we have plenty of eggs. Thanks for your patience and support!
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 – (April – December) Every Saturday from 9 am – 1 pm. 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!
Farm Pick-up – Order online and pick up your order at our newly constructed barn. Place your order online, then once you receive the “Your Order is Ready for Pick-up” email (24 – 72 hours), pick-up anytime between 8am – 8pm SEVEN DAYS A WEEK! Your Order will be placed in our outdoor freezers / fridge for pick-up at your convenience and labeled with your name. Easy-peasy!
Locally Delivery – If you are within 30 minutes of our farm (availability is determined by zip code at checkout), we offer home delivery to the Scottsville / Charlottesville areas. We deliver every Friday for orders over $50 ($6 delivery charge) and FREE DELIVERY for orders over $99. Simply Order online and we’ll take care of the rest!