Rendezvous Farm is a small 16 acre hobby farm where we raise free-range chicken and eggs, Cornish hens, two varieties of quail & quail eggs, rabbits, Ring-Neck Tangerine doves and some produce in season. We also have a mobile kettle corn business that we take to festivals, parties and special events. The farm is veteran owned and operated.
We are not “officially” certified as organic due to cost, but we strive to raise everything here in an organic manner. Our animals are raised without the use of added hormones, steroids or antibiotics. Our land, gardens and orchards do not receive chemical fertilizers and are not sprayed with harmful herbicides or pesticides.
Rendezvous Farm is approved by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as a poultry processing facility, allowing our products to be purchased by retail stores and restaurants. Currently our products are sold from the farm as well as Archwood Green Barns (at The Plains) and Front Royal Farmer’s Markets.
On this woodland acreage bordering the George Washington National Forest on two sides, only about 2 acres were cleared for a horse pasture and another acre for a home and outbuildings. An additional acre was cleared of scrub trees and replanted to improve wildlife habitat. A small run-off pond was dug for wildlife and stocked with bluegills, smallmouth bass and a catfish. The property is certified by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries as a Habitat Partners Wildlife Habitat.
Our products can be purchased from the farm. For your convenience we also carry a small amount of our products at Image Grafx, 306 N. Main St., Edinburg, VA. You can also pick up large orders there on week days by previously calling (540)856-9000, or email RendezvousFarm@yahoo.com. We also have tables at The Plains Farmer’s Market 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Sundays, late Apr thru mid Nov and at the Front Royal Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM, May thru Oct.
We hate to see anything go to waste so we recycle clean 12 count egg cartons. We appreciate all we can get since it helps us keep down the cost of eggs.