Local food, local music

In case you haven’t heard we have a GREAT new video out called Pigs ‘n Glens. It’s everything you always wanted to know about how we raise our pigs! A must have for any teacher or wanna be pig farmer! After watching it I think even I could put up an electric fence and start raising my own!! But…I’ve decided to leave the pig raising to the folks (Daniel!) who really know what they’re doing and just enjoy the scenery, Joel’s charm and the music! The video was produced by a former intern turned full-time farmer/employee Shrader Thomas who asked local musicians Bourbon Barrel Congress (CD coming soon!!!) to write some music for this fun, educational series (more videos coming soon!) Watch the trailer!  Enjoy Joel’s wit, the beautiful scenes of the farm 968957_10151435059086105_226335621_nand the great music!!





While I’m on the subject of music…for those of you visiting the farm –  Staunton has some of the best local music you’ll ever hear! I have to share one more video…it doesn’t have to do anything with farming or Polyface but it’s one of my most favorite songs written and performed by one of the most talented people I know. I can’t stop playing it. You’re going to love it. Thank you Nathan Moore! LOVE your music!!!







What a sweet little town we have here. Full of great music, great food and even better friends.  I’m so grateful to live here and raise my family around such amazing talent.What more could a girl want!






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About Wendy Gray

Born and raised in Staunton, Wendy left small town life for college in Richmond only to return to back to her cherished hometown. She's been working for Polyface since February 2008 doing PR/Mktg, helping to run the farm store, assisting Joel with his busy schedule, organizing special events on the farm and in the community, bugging Daniel and planting herbs wherever she can find space!

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