Edgegrove Farm LLC

Edgegrove Farm LLC Edgegrove Farm, one of the oldest farms in Loudoun County, farms sustainably to restore the land, respect the animals, and feed the locals.

Edgegrove Farm, established in 1746, is one of the oldest farms in Loudoun County. Until 2005, it was owned, lived on and continuously farmed by the direct descendants of its first settler, a Quaker from Wales, David Potts. In 2013 Edgegrove Farm became our home and we began working to return it to its legacy of a local family farm. Our vision is to provide our family, friends and community with g

Edgegrove Farm, established in 1746, is one of the oldest farms in Loudoun County. Until 2005, it was owned, lived on and continuously farmed by the direct descendants of its first settler, a Quaker from Wales, David Potts. In 2013 Edgegrove Farm became our home and we began working to return it to its legacy of a local family farm. Our vision is to provide our family, friends and community with g

Operating as usual

Can’t get enough of our new baby Boer/Kiko babies!
11/20/2020

Can’t get enough of our new baby Boer/Kiko babies!

Takin' bacon 🥓 to a new level!  Picked up our pork from T&E Meats yesterday and couldn't be more pleased!  Limited quant...
08/29/2020

Takin' bacon 🥓 to a new level! Picked up our pork from T&E Meats yesterday and couldn't be more pleased! Limited quantities available @edgegrovefarm
#bacon #loudounfarmer #loudoungrown #pork #localfarmer #knowyourfarmer #eatlocal #goodfat #berkshires #nongmofeed

Garlic drying season! Plantednin November, harvested in July and hung on an old rack my husband found in a garage #knowy...
07/15/2020

Garlic drying season! Plantednin November, harvested in July and hung on an old rack my husband found in a garage #knowyourfarmer #loudoungrown #sustainablefarming #organicveggies

Free-range, pastured, non-GMO chicken available! Just updated our website with all the details and pricing. We also are ...
07/11/2020

Free-range, pastured, non-GMO chicken available! Just updated our website with all the details and pricing. We also are offering a pick-up option in Falls Church City. Get it while it lasts! #knowyourfarmer #loudounfarmer #loudoungrown #pasturedpoultry #nongmo #localfarmer #goodeats #dceats # chicken #sustainablefarming

Hello from Edgegrove Farm! A warm hello to our friends, customers and encouragers! We hope that you and yours are well a...
07/10/2020
Hello from Edgegrove Farm! A warm hello to our friends, customers and encouragers! We hope that you and yours are well as all of us continue to adjust and persevere in this unprecedented time we find ourselves. Perhaps like many of you, for...

Hello from Edgegrove Farm! A warm hello to our friends, customers and encouragers! We hope that you and yours are well as all of us continue to adjust and persevere in this unprecedented time we find ourselves. Perhaps like many of you, for...

A Family Milk Cow. What feels like the most significant change around the farm is the addition of a family milk cow. After years of debating whether or not to have a dairy cow, circumstances aligned to bring an A2/A2 dairy cow home just as we were all settling in for a nice long period of isolation....

No words needed....just a beautiful morning here at Edgegrove.
06/11/2020

No words needed....just a beautiful morning here at Edgegrove.

Snapshots from morning chores....nothing like springtime on a farm #loudounfarmer #knowyourfarmer #grassfed #familymilkc...
05/25/2020

Snapshots from morning chores....nothing like springtime on a farm #loudounfarmer #knowyourfarmer #grassfed #familymilkcow #rawmilk #nodiggarden #organicveggies #pasturedpork #berkshire #pasturedpoultry #duckpond #pasturedeggs #sustainablefarming #goodfood #nofilter @ Edgegrove Farm LLC

So excited to start harvesting more out of the garden today...the early spring vegetables have arrived! #hakuraiturnips#...
05/16/2020

So excited to start harvesting more out of the garden today...the early spring vegetables have arrived! #hakuraiturnips#sproutingbroccoli#radishes #kale#lettuce #organic #nodiggarden #vitamins #immunityboost #loudounfarmer #localfarmer #knowyourfarmer

Baby ducklings have hatched!! #ducklings #welshharlequin #egglayers #loudounfarmer #localfarmer #pasturedeggs #springbab...
05/06/2020

Baby ducklings have hatched!! #ducklings #welshharlequin #egglayers #loudounfarmer #localfarmer #pasturedeggs #springbabies

This always at home, always hungry people, and a rainy week is bringing out my inner baker that I normally overlook...ra...
04/30/2020

This always at home, always hungry people, and a rainy week is bringing out my inner baker that I normally overlook...rainy day doughnut break [fried in homemade pastured pork lard]! #loudounfarmer #covid19life #fromscratch #pasturedpork #doughnuts @ Edgegrove Farm LLC

I stood back for a second and thought about how much was going on in this kitchen today. This is absolutely a snapshot o...
04/29/2020

I stood back for a second and thought about how much was going on in this kitchen today. This is absolutely a snapshot of real life at the moment. It was kind of overwhelming - mostly in a good way - and also made me smile at the fingerprints of family and friends that are present: half-finished coffee cup beside a early reader book for my 1st grader beside my box of seeds that I inventoried at 7am before making one more order from @johnnys_seeds so we can double the garden and hopefully have more to share; the LCPS chrome book on the kitchen table of my 4th grader who sat there most of the morning doing school...beside the sand and toy train of her 3 year old brother we try to keep occupied during "school"; the clean milk pail on the counter from morning milking; the @vitamix I used to grind the organic whole grains my friend @angsuebre helped hook me up, which I'm now using to make my favorite bread recipe (the one I first was able to make successfully thanks to the patient instruction of @friesenali who got me to begin making my own bread all those years ago!); the pasta maker on loan from @racheljoyraggio that I finally worked up the courage to try to use; bone broth simmering on the stove - a remnant from last night's roasted chicken dinner. This place is definitely the heart of our home and where life happens - although not always quite this much at once! Miss having friends in this space but thankful for how your presence is still found in the heart of my home. #covid19life #loudounfarmer #smallfarm #sustainable #homesteading #kitchenistheheartofthehome #seeds #school #farming #cookingfromscratch #family #friends

Introducing Millie....after years of debating about whether or not to have a milk cow we have decided now is as good a t...
04/01/2020

Introducing Millie....after years of debating about whether or not to have a milk cow we have decided now is as good a time as any to give it a try thanks to @dayspringfarmva. So excited to have our own dairy, augment the feed for our pigs and take another step toward an integrated sustainable farm. #dairycow #familymilkcow #sustainable #smallfarm #loudounfarmer #localfarmer #homestead

We have some pastured non-GMO chicken($5) and duck ($8) eggs available if anyone is in need of some as well as a good su...
03/28/2020

We have some pastured non-GMO chicken($5) and duck ($8) eggs available if anyone is in need of some as well as a good supply of 100% grass-fed ground beef ($7/lb). Text or message if you'd like to make an order for pick-up. We have worked out a pick up system at the end of our lane rather than driving in to the farm store. #loudounfarmer #localfarmer #pasturedeggs #goodfood

Isolation is a current reality...although I am so thankful for all the ways we CAN stay connected! The rainy day had me ...
03/25/2020

Isolation is a current reality...although I am so thankful for all the ways we CAN stay connected! The rainy day had me thinking about another time I felt disconnected. Setting up the farm as home was so very exciting…and very very quiet and sometimes isolating in the first few years as well. Although we had moved a lot, it had always been within the same community. The move to the farm was a move to a completely new place and to a new community. Even though we only moved an hour it might as well have been another state and we were leaving a very tight knit community of friends and our long-time church. Moreover, in my head I thought we were returning to a rural county, like the one I had grown up in. I was so confused when the people I did meet didn’t seem to understand that we were trying to start a farm – not just have backyard chickens, raise a cow and have a big garden. The culture wasn’t all that different from the metro DC culture in terms of kids activities and what people did on the weekends. I thought when I first moved that Loudoun County was going to be like returning home to western Pennsylvania. Nope. A slower farming mentality and lifestyle is not really generally understood. It is counter-cultural and although we have since found many around us who do get it and are also running small farms or homesteads, there is still a gap in understanding. More on that later. It’s not a criticism so much as something I didn’t realize I was going to have to navigate and understand as well as figure out how to handle as a family with 4 kids. How much do we choose to be counter-cultural as a family? How much do we say “yes” to “normal” kids activities? What is the right balance of opportunities? I share this aspect of our journey to making this place our home because it factors into decisions regarding actual farming. I would say it took about 4-5 years to finally feel like this farm, place, county and community are home. We are so thankful for the people that have made this become home. May our roots only grow deeper. #loudounfarmer #farmstories #localfarmer #home #isolation @ Loudoun County, Virginia

Loaded up a 1/2 of a 100% grass-fed Angus Beef for delivery to Falls Church this morning.  We are able to send 2 more to...
03/20/2020

Loaded up a 1/2 of a 100% grass-fed Angus Beef for delivery to Falls Church this morning. We are able to send 2 more to butcher in mid-April if anyone is interested in a 1/2 or 1/4 share for delivery in May. A 1/2 share will yield around 200lbs or meat or more of which 80-90lbs is hamburger and the rest is roasts, steaks, short ribs, shanks etc. It can easily be shared among a group of families. All cuts are vacuumed sealed and frozen. If interested, send me a message and I can give you all the pricing details. If requested, we could also turn one beef into almost all hamburger for sharing in a neighborhood. Our pricing has not been increased. In terms of freezer space, a 1/2 share would require about 7 cubic ft ....splitting a 1/4 share should pretty much fit into the freezer side of a typical refrigerator/freezer. #loudounfarmer #localfood #grassfed #sustainable #bandtogether #knowyourfarmer #homegrown

Sharing some oldies today - one from the day we 1st saw the farm (my 36th birthday - can't believe how tiny my 2 oldest ...
03/19/2020

Sharing some oldies today - one from the day we 1st saw the farm (my 36th birthday - can't believe how tiny my 2 oldest look!) and one from the following week when we went back to look at the farm and began to really think and pray about trying to buy it. This 2nd pic is literally engraved in my memory - it was a beautiful September Sunday afternoon and I remember thinking then about what it could be like to raise children here. In a move that can best be compared to going “all-in,” we went for it with a lot of prayer, hope, and frankly uncertainty as to whether we were making the right choice or responding emotionally. This farm was a lot bigger and more than we had been thinking about. It seems we spent more time praying for God to close the doors to this place than to open them, but God amazingly worked out the myriad of details that allowed it to come to fruition. On our daughter’s 4th birthday we signed the papers and we became the stewards of Edgegrove Farm. We had (and still have) many dreams and ideas about where to go from there, but the one thing we knew for certain – and has remained true – is that we really view this place as one to steward, to bless our family and others, and to be a place where people can breathe. At that point we had no idea what that would look like and didn’t know anyone in what would become our new community to even share it with – that was, and is, part of the journey. #loudounfarmer #farmstories #localfarmer #dreams #home @ Edgegrove Farm LLC

Edgegrove Farm.A farm nestled between the hills in western Loudoun County. A place that has been before Loudoun County w...
03/17/2020

Edgegrove Farm.
A farm nestled between the hills in western Loudoun County. A place that has been before Loudoun County was a county and before America existed. Settled in 1746, it has weathered the founding of a nation, the civil war, world wars, the technology wave and – so far – encroaching development. Yet, we are only the 3rd family to be the stewards of this place. It was the oldest continuously farmed farm in Loudoun County by direct descendants of its original settler until 2005. When we stumbled on this farm on my birthday in 2012 it felt like we had stepped into another era. We didn’t think farms like this existed in Loudoun County anymore. Even underneath obvious signs that something had gone wrong and neglected care, it was a gem. The old stone house – stripped down to its studs and not inhabitable – was solid and had stood the test of time since 1880. We would later learn it was built on the foundation of the original homestead log cabin. The original springhouse and smokehouse whispered stories long forgotten. The bank barn, which had been significantly worked on, was an exact replica of those seen in countless children’s storybooks. And the views, oh the views…. and a land that seemed to be waiting to be worked again. #loudounfarmer #localfarmer
#farmstories #virginiahistory #home @ Edgegrove Farm LLC

I have a love-hate relationship with social media.  I cycle through completely withdrawing from it and then opening up t...
03/16/2020

I have a love-hate relationship with social media. I cycle through completely withdrawing from it and then opening up to sharing the story and pictures of this beautiful farm that I get to call home. I’m not convinced I will ever resolve my vacillating tendencies – I could write an entire commentary on that alone. Nonetheless, as everything around me has quieted with the onset of the coronavirus and social distancing, (hmmm, ok the tyranny of the schedule has quieted but the house decibel and crazy has increased with all 4 kids at home!), it has given an opportunity to reflect and write a bit. I have wanted to get some of these thoughts out of my head for a while – thoughts that wander through my mind when I’m doing chores, driving kids different places, gardening, mowing etc. Over the next little stretch of time, I’ve decided to share a short series of “longer than you should post on IG” stories about this place, about us, about local farming, about the journey so far and a thought or two on the road ahead. We will see how long I keep it up! You’re welcome to walk along. If nothing else, perhaps it will be enjoyable diversion for you and a way to connect virtually during this homebound time. May this time at home have unexpected gifts within it for you and your families as we strive together to practice social distance for the sake of flattening out the curve, protecting the most vulnerable and helping prevent our health system from becoming overwhelmed by those who most need it for whatever reason. #springblossoms #farmstories #localfarmer #loudounfarmer #farmmother #community

Good morning sunshine...#spring #daffodils
03/14/2020

Good morning sunshine...#spring #daffodils

We've been catching our breath a bit but wanted to take a minute to share a few pics from our inaugural Evening at Edgeg...
10/02/2019

We've been catching our breath a bit but wanted to take a minute to share a few pics from our inaugural Evening at Edgegrove. It was a lovely evening full of good conversation, new and old friends, and amazing food from @apschlener of @migranttable....all enjoyed in a beautiful setting. Thankful to all the hands that made the evening possible....the friends who helped us get ready, loaned us chairs, designed menus, served, watched my little ones and helped clean up and - of course - the farmers that make such food possible: @edgegrovefarm, @georgesmillcheese, @moutouxorchard, @mackintoshfruit, @rootandmarrowfarm, @walshfamilywine, @wheatlandspring. ❤ #farmtotable #loudounfarmer #virginiaisbeautiful #harvest #dceats @ Loudoun County, Virginia

Getting excited about our 1st farm-to-table experience this Saturday with @apschlener of @migranttable who will be sourc...
09/25/2019

Getting excited about our 1st farm-to-table experience this Saturday with @apschlener of @migranttable who will be sourcing from our farm as well as @rootandmarrowfarm, @moutouxorchard, @georgesmillcheese, @wheatlandspring, and @walshfamilywine! There's still a few spots left at the table! Reserve your spot at edgegrovefarm.com/events. #farmtotable #dceats #loudounfarmer #loudounfarms #farmexperience #localfarm #sustainableagriculture @ Loudoun County, Virginia

Last morning of summer....
09/20/2019

Last morning of summer....

Welcome to the world little one! So excited to have our 1st calf born this beautiful morning. #mooeythecow #farmbaby #lo...
09/16/2019

Welcome to the world little one! So excited to have our 1st calf born this beautiful morning. #mooeythecow #farmbaby #loudounfarmer #grassfarmer #grassfedbeef

While our farming journey continues to unfold, a constant has been our love of sharing this place and good food with oth...
09/10/2019

While our farming journey continues to unfold, a constant has been our love of sharing this place and good food with others. In that spirit we are excited to partner with Chef Austin Schlener for an Evening at Edgegrove at 5:30pm on September 28th. Details and tickets for this truly local farm to table experience can be found at edgegrovefarm.com/events or message me with questions!

A little bit of still life art just waiting to be captured as we scurried through the mud room this morning. #pasturedeg...
09/03/2019

A little bit of still life art just waiting to be captured as we scurried through the mud room this morning. #pasturedeggs #farmkitchen #loudounfarmer #stilllife #pauseforamoment

a little fun harvesting from the garden and cooking tonight for a meal entirely sourced from the farm...loving the arriv...
06/12/2019

a little fun harvesting from the garden and cooking tonight for a meal entirely sourced from the farm...loving the arrival of summer #farmtotable #loudounfarmer #organicveggies #pasturedpork

Enjoyed a special day hosting a farm field trip for the youngest scholars from @rivendellschool. It was a beautiful day ...
05/22/2019

Enjoyed a special day hosting a farm field trip for the youngest scholars from @rivendellschool. It was a beautiful day to learn and play outside. Thank you to @racheljoysch and @e.z.reiter for their help and beautiful way of teaching and working with these children...as well as to Liz Dennison from Secret Garden Birds and Bees for bringing her owls to end the day's program. A full and happy day for all! #loudounfarmer #knowyourfarmer #farmschool #integratededucation #farmfun @ Loudoun County, Virginia

Spring skies.....#somewhereovertherainbow
05/14/2019

Spring skies.....#somewhereovertherainbow

Hilarious and fun afternoon competing in a "super farmer" challenge put on some by awesome millenials...thanks @e.z.reit...
05/04/2019

Hilarious and fun afternoon competing in a "super farmer" challenge put on some by awesome millenials...thanks @e.z.reiter for getting us all invited this year! We brought a solid team that spanned all ends of the age spectrum! #farmfun @ McLean, Virginia

Oh Shenandoah in the springtime set against Virginia Bluebells...magical. #springtime #virginia #Shenandoah #bluebells  ...
04/21/2019

Oh Shenandoah in the springtime set against Virginia Bluebells...magical. #springtime #virginia #Shenandoah #bluebells @ Shenandoah River

Oh Shenandoah in the springtime evening light set against Virginia Bluebells...magical. #springtime #virginia #Shenandoa...
04/21/2019

Oh Shenandoah in the springtime evening light set against Virginia Bluebells...magical. #springtime #virginia #Shenandoah #bluebells

Pic from a farm lunch a few weeks ago....deciding which seeds to purchase for this year's garden can be hard work 😂 #lou...
02/25/2019

Pic from a farm lunch a few weeks ago....deciding which seeds to purchase for this year's garden can be hard work 😂 #loudounfarmer #seeds #dreamingofthegarden #locallygrown

Pretty little plate for lunch on a grey day...feeling some French inspiration: baguette slices with butter, watercress a...
02/22/2019

Pretty little plate for lunch on a grey day...feeling some French inspiration: baguette slices with butter, watercress and radishes along with a little hard boiled egg from the farm and salami #simplepleasures #goodfood #frenchinspired #loudounfarmer #winterdays

Today was "dress like your parents for work" day at school....enough said. Just wish this pic had captured the muck boot...
01/26/2019

Today was "dress like your parents for work" day at school....enough said. Just wish this pic had captured the muck boots they had on! #loudounfarmer #farmkids #grassfarmer

Address

15401 Edgegrove Rd
Purcellville, VA
20132

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 8pm
Sunday 9am - 7pm

Telephone

(703) 869-6994

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