Summer on the farm is almost over. The berries, watermelons and cantaloupes that we have so enjoyed are fading memories...look for us to be providing our non-GMO meat & eggs. For information on our humane methods of naturally raised pork & beef shares that are now available, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for cut and price information.
About the Farm
Located 3 miles North of Wakefield, Virginia on Route 31, we are nestled perfectly in the middle of one of the most important breadbaskets for both Hampton Roads and the Richmond/Petersburg region. The first peanut crop in the U.S. was produced about 5 miles from here. A family farm, it holds many memories. The Drewry Family has been farming in Southeastern Virginia since the 1600's. We invite you to visit our farm during berry picking season to enjoy the tranquility of a rural setting, and to create memories of your own. Some of our customers have been picking berries for over 30 years.
DREWRY FARMS NATURAL MEAT OFFERINGS
Drewry Farms is pleased to offer some of the healthiest meat in the region. It's our website so we are going to brag a little. Our
animals are raised in a great environment. They are on the pasture and in the woods. They roam in an all natural environment. We don't use chemicals,
pesticides, or any GMO products. Humane practices, reverence for our animals and good environmental stewardship guide all our work. Click on our MEAT SHARES tab for more information, and on purchasing meat.
Purebred Angus and Belted Galloway cattle are grass-fed and raised on the farm. Only the best for Drewry Farms livestock.
Berkshire Hogs were added last year, and we are now offering non-GMO beef & pork for sale. Mangalista Hogs from Austria are also new to the farm. Our Araucana and red Sex Link chickens lay the most beautiful blue, green and brown high nutrient eggs.
Literally, Drewry Farms is growing by leaps and bounds. Last fall we planted 12,000 strawberry plants for spring picking! We also added an old-world heritage breed of hog from Austria / Hungary called the Mangalitsa or Wooly Pigs... pictures to come soon!