Rural Loudoun is a treasure that people enjoy visiting, and living in, and there is a better way to address the traffic than more traffic lights and 4 laning with cement barriers north of White’s Ferry.
We trust that telling Loudoun farmers to move to "Wyoming" if they want to live on a farm is not a common point of view among our follow Loudouners.
Rest assured, we're not going anywhere. We'll be here to provide Loudoun consumers with locally raised meat, locally grown veggies, wool, honey, wine, fruit and countless other products.
So yes, we'll leave Wyoming to our friends in the Wyoming Farm Bureau.