Author Archives: Jim and Jacqueline Moyer

Maremma Livestock Guard Dog Puppies for Sale

Taking Reservations & Deposits Now We currently have purebred Maremma Sheepdog puppies for sale, 4 males and 3 females.  All puppies were born in the barn and are from working MCSA-registered parents who are here at the farm.  The puppies are raised in a healthy environment, observed and handled daily, and are exposed to a […]

Farm Milestone … New Sign Installed Today!

Our new farm sign went up today with the help of Justin Eubank of Signs & Designs (in Clarksville) just in time for our open house next weekend. After years of dreaming about what to do with the 32-acres, buildings, and house we call home, our dream is one step closer to coming true. Old […]

High Grass Band to Perform at Grand Opening

The High Grass Band will perform at the Old Crowe Farm Grand Opening on August 22 starting at 12:30 p.m. They are a traditional bluegrass band that has been performing for years around the southern Virginia region.  Come out to the Old Crowe Farm and hear their music, take a farm tour, snack on some […]

Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting on August 22, 1:00 pm

We are happy to announce our Grand Opening and ribbon cutting ceremony has been scheduled for Saturday, August 22 at 1PM. Come check out the farm, our rare heritage livestock, and enjoy live music and refreshments under the canopy of our USDA certified organic pecan orchard.  We will also have a drawing for door prizes. […]

Blueberry Orchard Under Construction

After years of preparing the soil we finally broke ground on our new blueberry orchard.  We purchased 48 blueberry plants, selecting four varieties based on the recommendation from our local extension agent, Bob Jones.   We are planting in four rows that are 5 feet wide and 80 feet long. Coleman Legacy ONeil Powderblue Each plant […]

Heartbreak at the Farm

Our Gloucestershire Old Spot sow (“Spot”) farrowed 10 piglets yesterday morning. At sundown she was peacefully nursing her piglets.  This morning we arose at 5:30am to find that she had died in the night from a prolapsed uterus. We are heartbroken as we really loved Spot and have raised her since she was a month […]

10 Guinea Hog Piglets Born & Begin Teat Sampling

On March 17, 2015 after the evening feeding, Old Crowe Farm’s PEONY gave birth to 10 very healthy and robust piglets… 8 females and 2 males. Within minutes following birth a piglet will begin what is called “teat sampling” where they move from teat to teat. This video shows the two piglets on the right […]