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 missingwillowfarm@gmail.com

22 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sandy Steinruck
    Sep 27, 2010 @ 09:20:26

    This is a great site. I love seeing what you are doing. It looks like alot of fun. Keep me posted.


  2. Nichola
    Sep 29, 2010 @ 15:25:27

    Your site is awesome! Loves it to pieces🙂


  3. Terrie
    Oct 20, 2010 @ 08:37:01

    Love your farm, love your animals, LOVE your dogs! With all those ribbons you won at the fair –surely I’m going to glean some how-to goodies. Are you going to post recipes?


  4. Lora
    Oct 27, 2010 @ 15:19:54

    Hi Connie!
    Love your website. When can I come over and take some pics?


  5. Terri & Michael
    Dec 27, 2010 @ 19:10:45

    Great pictures Connie. Glad it snowed for a day of sledding. Michael lost your email address and would love to hear from you. Have a great New Year. I am also glad your farm is doing so well.


  6. Jennifer
    Feb 04, 2011 @ 21:56:14

    Yay! A farm blog!


  7. Jen
    Apr 18, 2011 @ 18:48:34

    What a great blog – thanks for letting me in on it – you have a beautiful place and beautiful animals!


  8. Joanne
    Jan 10, 2012 @ 11:43:06

    I found your blog yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed! We also got some good ideas for our place. I have done canning, jellies, cheeses, chickens for many years. I am curious of what breed the roosters were that you “put out to pasture”. They were beautiful. Looking to get new chicks soon to replace older hens.. I like New Hamps, Wyandottes, Bantams, Production Reds. We are looking to get back into goats….just love ’em. Haven’t tried sheep but if lucrative may give a try. Anyway, have a great season! – Joanne


  9. dogdaz
    Jan 19, 2012 @ 17:10:29

    Hello Connie – Love your blog. You have come a really long way. You are my hero. – Lorian Lipton (remember me?)


  10. Marsha Warren
    May 06, 2012 @ 08:03:35

    Wondering where I can get the little bottles for the dandelion “fluff”


  11. Heather
    Mar 28, 2013 @ 19:23:12

    I cannot remember for the life of me how I stumbled across your blog, but have enjoyed reading it all!! I have three sheep for fiber, angora goats and llamas here in Central Texas!


  12. Anna M
    Jan 13, 2014 @ 14:34:24

    Lovely site! And I loved your mouse-trap crime scene.


  13. Linda patrick
    Sep 12, 2014 @ 09:01:33

    Looking forward to reading your blog and seeing all of your work. I love your farm. I live in a city a few miles south of San Francisco.


  14. Ashley K
    Aug 08, 2015 @ 14:04:10

    Such a lovely blog! Looking forward to following along and learning from your posts.


  15. Ashley K
    Aug 08, 2015 @ 14:06:24

    Such a lovely blog! Looking forward to following reading your stories.


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