Bluegrass in the Barn this Saturday, Nov. 22nd

Join us this Saturday, November 22 at Capon Crossing Farm Market, in Wardensville, West Virginia for our monthly Bluegrass in the Barn concert! Show starts at 7:30, and come hungry, because Sandy’s delicious grass fed beef will be served as always!
$10 cover
We’ll be downstairs in the barn with heaters running, but dress warm and maybe bring a blanket (or a friend!) to snuggle up with.

As always, if you decide to come along with the awesome folks at Elite Chauffeur Service of Winchester, LLC, your cover charge will be $5.00 rather than $10.00.
Contact them at 540.662.5361 or

See you Saturday!


First of all: WOW! What a concert last Saturday! 150+ people in the crowd and all of them stomping and hollering at the same time made for a great night! Not to mention Bud’s Collective…they were pretty good too. (Well…REALLY good…to say the least).

Our chickens are finally laying regularly, so come get some farm fresh eggs! $3.50 for a dozen. (Plus, you can come visit the hens that laid them!)

Michelle has also been working hard in the garden: she’s got in 75 tomato plants, summer and winter squashes, cucumbers, potatoes, and peppers, and we’ve been tilling up a storm to create a new garden space behind the barn. We’re going to take out the hoop house frame and create more of a sitting space so farm market visitors can take a rest and enjoy the view of the farm.

Stop by anytime! We’d love to talk beef, veggies, eggs, or BLUEGRASS! (NEXT CONCERT JUNE 14TH!!! Mark your calendars!!)

Here are some farm photos (all taken by Buddy’s sister, Jill)

Kellogg the Rooster

Kellogg the Rooster

Pip checkin' cows

Pip checkin’ cows


Taking a break from the heat

Our family of guineas (picture taken in 2102, but we may be expecting more babies! Stay tuned...we'll want to sell them)

Our family of guineas (picture taken in 2102, but we may be expecting more babies! Stay tuned…we’ll want to sell them)

Guineas and their babies...come see them (and hear them...geez) They are all grown up now!

Guineas and their babies…come see them (and hear them…geez) They are all grown up now!