In the hollows and cut into the hills of White Sulphur Farm, you can still make out the old wagon road that once carried adventurers and settlers westward toward the frontier. They would make their way south from Virginia then turn west to Georgia, hoping a southern route would be easier for finding their way to the promised land of the Wild West.
Belted Galloways are larger, milk heavier, and grow more rapidly than their parental breed. Aberdeens are Angus cattle but bred for their small, tight conformation. American Aberdeen crosses are moderate in size, polled and well suited for grass-fed production.Learn More
Tamworth hogs are one of the oldest domesticated breeds of pigs in the world. The breed originated in the United Kingdom hundreds of years ago in Tamworth, Staffordshire England. Over the centuries, Tamworths have been bred and selected to be well suited to an active, outdoor life.Learn More