Missing Willow Farm sits on 20 acres of heaven in SW Virginia, behind a half mile driveway, overlooking a private pond. We’re retired engineers with a small herd of dairy goats that we milk for cheese, a small flock of sheep we keep for fleece and lamb, a few adorable chickens who give us fresh eggs, 75,000 bees, a livestock guardian dog and our border collie Jack who keeps everyone in line. We sell Fridays at our local farmer’s market. Throughout the season we carry lamb, honey, eggs, shiitake mushrooms, heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, asparagus, fingerling potatoes, leeks, herbs and homemade soap.
Our farm got its name in 2007 when my brand new birthday weeping willow tree disappeared within a week of planting it. As it turns out, we have (er… had) a beaver problem.
If you’d like to contact us, you can reach at firstname.lastname@example.org