Author Archives: Wendy Gray

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!

Free Range Saturday tomorrow 8/27!!

Come spend the day with us tomorrow! Bring the kids! Pack a picnic or get lunch from the local food truck serving Polyface food!! Local artists, local food, fresh air! What are you waiting for! Market hours 10-2:00 Farm hours 9-4:00!

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August Events!

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Hard to believe August is almost here! We have a couple of exciting events coming up (and a couple we can’t share with you yet!!!) so mark your calendars and come see us and visit beautiful, historic downtown Staunton while you’re at it! One of the best little towns in the South according to Southern … Read the Rest

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Upcoming Polyfaces – The Film Screenings!!


    We have 2 (that I know of…if you know of others please let me know!) Or contact me if you’re interested in hosting one! Joel will be attending both events which will host a Q&A after! For those of you who haven’t seen it…Watch the trailer here! Joel will be attending both events which … Read the Rest

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A note from Joel…

By Joel Salatin 7/716 Many people in the integrity food movement call me unnecessarily pessimistic when I don’t share their euphoria and assumption that our side is winning and will soon, in the parlance of Pinky and the Brain, “take over the world.”  If we don’t appreciate that the industrial food fraternity, including the USDA, … Read the Rest

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What are the Food Freedom Fundraisers?


  Food Freedom Fundraisers are a series of educational and entertaining gatherings for anyone who celebrates and appreciates freedom of choice in food and farming. They take place Friday-Sunday, August 19-21, 2016 in the scenic and historic Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Attendees will enjoy celebrating food freedom, meeting with others who share the same passions, and dining on locally-grown, nutrient-dense foods. Read … Read the Rest

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Cold Antler Farm…


Please help if you can! We LOVE Jenna and love reading her books and blog!!!!! – Cold Antler Farm is a small, livestock farm set into the side of a mountain in upstate New York. It is the home of author, blogger, and homesteader, Jenna Woginrich. There she runs the farm by herself, following … Read the Rest

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Dreaming of spring…


This time of year I can’t help but dream of spring and all the planning and planting that comes with it! The snow is beautiful but I’m ready to dig in the dirt! The Food Growing Summit coming up March 3-7 is just in time! It’s a free 5 day online conference! Click on the … Read the Rest


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 … Read the Rest

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Our Sweet Brie…


Most of you are familiar with Brie from this blog or if you’re really lucky you’ve visited the farm and met her in person. You’ve seen her sparkling eyes, heard her sweet angel voice and left the farm knowing the world is a better place because she’s in it. She’s the kind of girl you … Read the Rest

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