Bluegrass in the Barn TONIGHT

Join us THIS EVENING for Bluegrass in the Barn with Bud’s Collective; Shenandoah Alley will open for them at 7:30pm.

Gates open at 7; $10/person.

Feel free to bring a lawn chair, but we’ve also got plenty of seating available in the barn.

We’ll also be selling hamburgers and cheeseburgers made from our own grass fed beef. Come hungry!

ALSO, if you are planning on going to the River and Roots Festival next weekend, look out for our Capon Crossing Farm table. We’ll be selling our beef and farm goods. Hope to see you there!



Upcoming Events and What’s in Stock at Capon Crossing Farm

We’ll be hosting a Bluegrass in the Barn benefit concert for the Town of Wardensville this Sunday! The gate will open at 12:30pm, and Bud’s Collective will begin playing around 1:30pm. $10 at the gate. We’ll have food available for sale. Plenty of seats are available, but feel free to bring your own as well, especially if you’d like to enjoy the concert from the lawn.

Our next regular Bluegrass in the Barn concert is the following Saturday, June 20th, doors opening at 7pm. (Otherwise, same details as above)

Come to BOTH!

Bud's Collective

ALSO, we just processed our FIRST batch of Freedom Ranger broilers! We’re very excited to provide delicious, pasture-raised poultry to our customers. These birds foraged for 13 weeks, which allowed them to develop a more complex range of flavors. These are not your typical grocery-store birds!
Their weight averaged between 2 and 4 lbs each; $3.99/lb. We have a limited supply for now, but will have more available in a few weeks. Hurry in to get yours! (Or, make a reservation for our next round at the end of June.)

We’re also stocked with some delicious ground pork from our neighbors at River Meadow Farm, run by Capon Springs and Farms.

We’ve got a lot happening! Stop by for a concert or to just visit the market. We’d love to see you!


Chicken available in 2015 at CCFM!

Freedom Ranger; Source:

Freedom Ranger; Source:

Our first batch of broiler chicks have arrived! We’ll be offering Freedom Rangers (a breed especially suited to thriving¬†on pasture) in June of this year. Pastured-raised chicken IS a bit different than what you’ll find at the grocery store:

-Pasture-raised birds take longer to reach their market weight, which means they have more time to develop amino acids and antioxidant nutrients, including omega-3 fatty acids, CLA, “conjugated linolaic acids”, and high ratios of Vitamin E. This also means the ratio of dark meat to white meat may be higher in pasture-raised poultry, but it makes it tastier!
-They will be raised in moveable pens so that they are protected from the elements and multitude of predators that prowl our farm, but will be moved everyday so that they always have access to fresh grass and insects.
-We’ll be processing on site, so we’ll be offering mostly whole birds, and some half birds, rather than pieces. There are SO MANY options for how to prepare whole birds, however, and we’ll be posting some of our favorites leading up to when we’ll have poultry available.

chicken pen

One of our moveable chicken pens: partially covered for shade, partially open for plenty of fresh air and sunlight.

Would you like to put our name down for a pasture raised chicken? Fill out the form below, and we’ll contact you at the time of availability. We’ll have chicken available at different times between June and October, and will provide more opportunities for you to reserve a bird before each processing time.

March Bluegrass in the Barn this Saturday!

Join us for Bluegrass in the Barn Saturday, 7:30pm! (Doors open at 7pm)

Weather should be great for a barn show.

$10.00/person for the music. Bud’s Collective is our featured act; Joseph Hott & the Short Mountain Boys with open up for them.

We also sell chili and brisket sandwiches made from our grass fed beef, along with snacks and drinks.

We’ll have plenty of chairs set up, but you could bring your own as well.

ALSO…remember when we recorded our live album last year? We’ll have it for sale!

See you there!