Get your local organic produce through Fxbg Buyers' Club
(Coming soon to Williamsburg!)
Like a csa - but you choose when, what, and how much.
Every other week, you'll receive a harvest email with what's available from the farm. It's like a CSA, except you pick what you want, and you pay as you go!
There's no commitment, no requirements, and we'll only email you with our very best stuff. This way, you won't have to fight the market traffic or guess whether we'll be there - just place an order, and pick up your vegetables!
Pick-up is either downtown Fredericksburg or at the farm.
Here's a taste of what you might see in your harvest emails:
(Note: not all these crops grow in the same season!)
Green bell peppers: $3.50/lb
Assorted hot peppers (fresh): $4/qt
Salsa kits: $6.50 each
Winter squash (butternut, delicata, or spaghetti): $2/lb
Bok choy: $3/bunch
Cabbage (green): $1.75/lb
Chicory mix (endive, escarole, radicchio): $5/bag
Elephant garlic: $3.50/bulb
Field beans & peas (dried and shelled)
Black beans: $8/lb
Black-eyed Peas: $8/lb
Garlic chives: $2.50/bunch
Ground beef*: $7/lb
Head lettuce: $4.50/head
Heirloom mint: $3/bunch
Mustard greens: $4/bunch
Fourth generation farmers, the Powell family is dedicated to humane livestock management practices. Their cows are:
- Grass fed on Monrovia Farm pastures
- Grain finished on local, Non-GMO corn and barley
- All natural with no animal by-products fed
- No growth hormones, no antibiotics, no steroids
- Harvested at an age and finish weight that optimizes taste, tenderness, and marbling
- Dry aged a minimum of 14 – 21 days
- Custom processed at a USDA facility
Established in 1907, Monrovia Farm is a Virginia Century Farm located in the historic Northern Neck of Westmoreland County. Fourth generation farmers, the Powell family is dedicated to humane livestock management practices to keep the cattle herd stress free, healthy, and happy.
Everything the cattle eat is grown locally by the Powell family. Grain crops are rotated each season to meet the needs of the cattle operation, and to practice good stewardship of the land through environmentally sound farming methods. Improving soil nutrient retention and limiting erosion is a top priority. All fields are continuous no-till, reducing runoff into nearby water sources.
Thank you for your support, which helps sustain local agriculture and family farming in Virginia for future generations.
We are proud to offer eggs from the happy, healthy hens of Lansdowne Farm!A word from Barbara:
Lansdowne Farm is located in Spotsylvania County, situated on 12 acres of fields and woodland. My flock of approximately 70 chickens, four Pekin ducks, four Guinea fowl and four peafowl, they all roost in a two-story barn, from which they come and go at will, and range over the entire property, each of my roosters keeps watch over a group of hens. First and foremost, my flock are pets, they have (and know) their names. I have 15 heritage breeds, and their mixed offspring that I have bred.
Because I eat their eggs, their diet consists primarily of bugs, worms and vegetation, supplemented by non-GMO feed. I use no pesticides or herbicides on my property, but due to their efforts, the bug population stays under control (no ticks, and very few mosquitoes, but no-see-ums continue to pester us), and minimal plant damage.