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Brooke Farms LLC is a 2800 acre diversified farming operation centrally located in Orange County, VA Brooke Farms LLC is owned and operated by the Chambers Family in Locust, Grove VA.
We currently lease and operate farms in Spotsylvania, Orange, Culpeper, and Madison Counties and are always looking to expand. The farm consists of about 2500 acres of row crops including corn, soybeans, grain sorghum, wheat, barley, as well as hay and straw. We also manage a small herd of 150 beef cattle, as well as raising cattle for butchering. Our goal for this page is to connect consumers to agriculture, as well as connecting our customers to our products.
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Hay friends and family! Just wanted to say thanks for sharing this post so much last time and thanks for the support. We were able to satisfy several new customers and couldn’t have done it without your help. Hay for sale! Horse quality square bales first cutting $7/bale and second cutting $8/bale mainly orchardgrass. Sold in bundles of 21 bales. Bales weigh 55lbs. Delivery available at additional charge. Discounts for tractor trailer load quantities.
Good seasoned firewood for sale if anyone is interested let me know!
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Well 2020 threw some curve balls so we decided to throw a few back. The first crop of corn, planted after we harvested triticale for hay, this year did not make much with the extreme dry weather we had through June and July. We end up chopping the corn at the end of July. We had some left over seed so we decided to try it again. We planted our triple crop corn on the 1st of August. It almost made it far enough to be able to harvest for grain but the frost got it. We had it chopped last weekend and couldn’t believe how well it turned out. Thanks to Lakeside Dairy for their helping chopping and David Grey for great Hubner seed corn as always!
First group of spring calves are weaned and adjusting to the barn life of luxury!
That time of year again! So far yields have been good considering this years weather. Lord willing it will be a smooth harvest!
Making hay while the sun shines! Give me call or message me for your hay and straw needs.
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15 Fall bred cows to move. Due mid September for 45 days. Mostly 5-6 year olds one 9yr one heifer.
We have found the gold! It was straw! Barn is filling up again have plenty of hay and straw for sale. Let me know what you need.
It’s been a busy week as they have been hitting the ground all week but so far so good. Keep up the good work girls!
Thanks to Paul McDonald for another cool video of some of our field work!
The hard workers at Brooke Farms planting winter wheat at Springfield Farm
Thanks to Southern States for using our farm in there promo video. We appreciate their service and business!
Good Morning Southern States 10/14/2019-Southern States Pride Video In this edition guest host Anne Clingenpeel unveils a video put together of you and your peers…
It’s always a fun time to be able to educate our youth about agriculture and what a better way to do it than out in the field!
Yesterday we had the privilege of hosting fourth graders from Lightfoot and Locust Grove at Brooke Farms LLC to teach them about agriculture, the production of our food and fiber. Thanks to the Chambers family, our wonderful volunteers, and our funding partner Orange County Farm Bureau.
A short clip of 2019 corn harvest. Thanks for the great video Paul!
Corn harvest highlights.
Friends, family, and those I’ve never met, please ask the source. When you have questions about life you talk with God, when you’re sick you ask your doctor, when you have financial questions you ask an accountant, and when you have questions about your food ask a farmer! We strive to make a safe product to feed our family and yours and will do our best to help get you the answers to your questions! Eat up!
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Harvesting wheat before we bale.
Some cool videos of us getting a little straw baled from a different point of view.
Straw season has been going pretty well with just a few minor breakages the first barn is getting full!
Well needle less to say we had to call it a day early yesterday. New parts in hand should be ready to roll again in a bit. Between random rain storms it’s been going pretty steady though.
Have some later spring pairs for sale all born in the last 45 days. 6 pairs and 4 that are due any day. Calves got multimin at birth tagged and bulls were cut. They are all wormed and cows that have calves on side already are vaccinated. Ready to go to work and meet your bull!
A few photos from the drill rebuild that we haven’t had time to put up. What a project! But it’s ready to roll for double crop beans! 7 seals, 4 bearings, 9 bushings, 3 wheels, and 1 disk per row plus all new hoses and wiring. Only 48 rows!
We have straw! Got the barn emptied, cleaned out and starting to fill it back up!
Thanks OTI for getting us up and running again! Nothing runs like a Deere they say but this one got taken out by some deer antlers.
When you have to get equipment moved and have to many seats and not enough butts to fill them you improvise!
Orchardgrass grass square bales back in stock let us know what you need!
I’m glad we are not using a dump rake anymore! Equipment sure has gotten bigger and more efficient and expensive.
American farmers feed the world! Keep up the good work
Have 7 fall bred cows for sale. Good condition all 45-65 days along. 4 are 2015 models, 1 is a 2014, 1 is a 2013, and the other is 2010. Just wormed ready to find some grass and go to work. All had yearling calves averaging 850 on the steers and 725 on heifers. Call, email, or message if interested. Thanks
33285 Mason Rd
Locust Grove, VA
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