Virginia Beef Corp

Virginia Beef Corp VA Beef was founded in 1965 by William R Brockett. In the early years we raised beef cattle, primarily feedlots, and grew grains to feed the cattle and for market.

The cattle operation grew to breeding stock and as land became available our grain acres

Operating as usual

Spraying weeds before they get out of hand.
09/06/2021

Spraying weeds before they get out of hand.

Spraying weeds before they get out of hand.

Jimmy & Trav checking fields that need ripped this coming week.
09/06/2021

Jimmy & Trav checking fields that need ripped this coming week.

Jimmy & Trav checking fields that need ripped this coming week.

Rosalio catching up on mowing after all the rain.
09/06/2021

Rosalio catching up on mowing after all the rain.

Rosalio catching up on mowing after all the rain.

We’re ready to spread some fertilizer!
09/04/2021

We’re ready to spread some fertilizer!

We’re ready to spread some fertilizer!

Little Manuel, Antonio & Jose branding sod pallets.
09/04/2021

Little Manuel, Antonio & Jose branding sod pallets.

Larry, Mikey and Dillon working on repairs while it’s raining.  Zoom in to find Dillon.
09/01/2021

Larry, Mikey and Dillon working on repairs while it’s raining. Zoom in to find Dillon.

Larry, Mikey and Dillon working on repairs while it’s raining. Zoom in to find Dillon.

Load out chute got a complete maker over and looks great.
09/01/2021

Load out chute got a complete maker over and looks great.

Load out chute got a complete maker over and looks great.

Larry & Jimmy cleaning out the shop gutters before the expected heavy rains hit.
09/01/2021

Larry & Jimmy cleaning out the shop gutters before the expected heavy rains hit.

Trav making sure the twin dumper is ready to roll for planting.
08/27/2021

Trav making sure the twin dumper is ready to roll for planting.

Trav making sure the twin dumper is ready to roll for planting.

Thankful for all the rain, but we’re chomping at the bit to get started planting sod.  Maybe today or tomorrow .🤞
08/27/2021

Thankful for all the rain, but we’re chomping at the bit to get started planting sod. Maybe today or tomorrow .🤞

Mom inspecting her work on another Lonnie Gruber gate.  These gates were made for our feedlots many years ago and moved ...
08/21/2021

Mom inspecting her work on another Lonnie Gruber gate. These gates were made for our feedlots many years ago and moved to the ranch working pens. No dents, no rust holes, excellent condition and now they look like new thanks to all mom’s hard work sanding and painting.

Mom inspecting her work on another Lonnie Gruber gate. These gates were made for our feedlots many years ago and moved to the ranch working pens. No dents, no rust holes, excellent condition and now they look like new thanks to all mom’s hard work sanding and painting.

Rainbow started just beside the bins, double rainbow at that.  So thankful for all the rain this past week.
08/21/2021

Rainbow started just beside the bins, double rainbow at that. So thankful for all the rain this past week.

Rainbow started just beside the bins, double rainbow at that. So thankful for all the rain this past week.

Rainy day repairs, Tommy & Dillon working on the Landstar cylinder.
08/21/2021

Rainy day repairs, Tommy & Dillon working on the Landstar cylinder.

Rainy day repairs, Tommy & Dillon working on the Landstar cylinder.

Travis helping with the drain issues on Oak Hill.
08/07/2021

Travis helping with the drain issues on Oak Hill.

Travis helping with the drain issues on Oak Hill.

Travis stirring up the fields at Oak Hill.
08/06/2021

Travis stirring up the fields at Oak Hill.

Travis stirring up the fields at Oak Hill.

Jamie cleaning out the rock rake.
08/06/2021

Jamie cleaning out the rock rake.

Jamie cleaning out the rock rake.

Updating our fertilizer elevator pad so it’s easily accessible to all dump trailers.
07/26/2021

Updating our fertilizer elevator pad so it’s easily accessible to all dump trailers.

07/22/2021

Crop dusting beans at Waveland.

Larry cleaning up the manure pile at the horse barn.  Hoping it helps with fly control.
07/19/2021

Larry cleaning up the manure pile at the horse barn. Hoping it helps with fly control.

Another Lonnie Gruber gate.  This one may look smaller but it’s solid steel and weighs over 200 lbs.  It’s at least 45 y...
07/19/2021

Another Lonnie Gruber gate. This one may look smaller but it’s solid steel and weighs over 200 lbs. It’s at least 45 years old and still looks great.

Another Lonnie Gruber gate. This one may look smaller but it’s solid steel and weighs over 200 lbs. It’s at least 45 years old and still looks great.

Checking beans at Cloverland looking for pods.
07/19/2021

Checking beans at Cloverland looking for pods.

This is one reason farmers are also hunters — deer damage on St Clair farm.
07/19/2021

This is one reason farmers are also hunters — deer damage on St Clair farm.

07/18/2021

Enjoying the cooler weather today.

Grass fed beef at its best.  These boys are happy campers.
07/18/2021

Grass fed beef at its best. These boys are happy campers.

Loading corn.
07/17/2021

Loading corn.

Mom’s latest gate was custom made by Lonnie Gruber about 45 years ago.  It’s used in the working pens but doesn’t have a...
07/16/2021

Mom’s latest gate was custom made by Lonnie Gruber about 45 years ago. It’s used in the working pens but doesn’t have any dents, weighs over 100 lbs, and seems to be indestructible. It’s never been painted so it will look brand new when she’s done.

Mom’s latest gate was custom made by Lonnie Gruber about 45 years ago. It’s used in the working pens but doesn’t have any dents, weighs over 100 lbs, and seems to be indestructible. It’s never been painted so it will look brand new when she’s done.

Luis does a great job maintaining our sod mowers on a daily basis.
07/16/2021

Luis does a great job maintaining our sod mowers on a daily basis.

Luis does a great job maintaining our sod mowers on a daily basis.

Gorgeous tassels across Rutledge Farm.
07/12/2021

Gorgeous tassels across Rutledge Farm.

Moving day, making the trip from Aldie to Catlett went well.
07/12/2021

Moving day, making the trip from Aldie to Catlett went well.

A sight for sore eyes — our sod pallets have finally arrived! 😃
07/08/2021

A sight for sore eyes — our sod pallets have finally arrived! 😃

A sight for sore eyes — our sod pallets have finally arrived! 😃

Lucky has had a rough spring and summer so far — diagnosed with cushings disease and laminitis in April, now he has a ve...
07/06/2021

Lucky has had a rough spring and summer so far — diagnosed with cushings disease and laminitis in April, now he has a very painful leg infection. Mom keeps him company and lots of treats.

Lucky has had a rough spring and summer so far — diagnosed with cushings disease and laminitis in April, now he has a very painful leg infection. Mom keeps him company and lots of treats.

07/05/2021

Running the ripper to loosen the soil prior to disking.

07/05/2021

Spraying soybeans at Fleetwood on June 23rd.

07/05/2021

Getting ready for sod planting season.

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Address

1215 James Madison Hwy
Haymarket, VA
20169

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(703) 754-8873

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I thought you might like a few of these photos from last summer when my son was doing his internship with Virginia Beef. I can’t thank you enough for this opportunity and experience you gave him.
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