Ayrshire Farm is a certified organic, certified humane producer of heritage breed livestock, including Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs; Scottish Highland and White Park cattle; and Bourbon Red, Standard Bronze and White Holland turkeys, many of which will be on display. Ayrshire Farm’s antique carriage collection will also be on view, and the famous Ayrshire Farm Shire horses will be providing hayrides around the farm.
Children will find plenty to see and do, with a variety of children’s activities and games, including face painting. There will also be plenty of farm animals to see.
“May is a great month to visit Loudon County. This is a great opportunity to show what we are doing right here in Loudoun with certified organic, certified humane, local agriculture and our work for the preservation of traditional-
Delicious farm lunch items will be available for sale and will include turkey burgers, grilled Italian sausages and salads—all featuring Ayrshire Farm’s organic, certified humane raised meats and other produce. Ayrshire meats, eggs and other products will be available for purchase.
Directions to Ayrshire Farm: Route 50 West to Middleburg, Virginia, continue on Route 50 for approximately 8 miles through the village of Upperville and turn right on Trappe Road (Rt. 619), drive 1.4 miles, parking entrance is on the right just past main drive.
Ayrshire Farm, located in Upperville, Virginia, was the first Virginia farm to be certified both organic and humane. The farm produces a variety of meats and organic produce supplied to top regional restaurants, including its own Hunter’s Head Tavern, Home Farm Store and Ayrshire Farm Catering Company. Hunter’
Ayrshire Farm’s mission is to farm sustainably and profitably, promoting the benefits of locally produced, humanely raised meats and organic produce to the local consumer community through education, outreach and example. For more information on Ayrshire Farm and its sister companies, please visit www.ayrshirefarm.com.