Young Farmers of Virginia

Interested in Virginia agriculture?

2018 Summer Tours

Come out and join us for a tour of the Strasburg area with friends!

We hope to see you there!

YFV Summer Farm Tour, July 5, 2018

Meet at Strasburg High School

Registration 8:30-9:00 am

Strasburg Museum

The Strasburg Museum, which opened in 1970 as a National Historic Landmark, serves as a link to the past of a small town in the Shenandoah Valley. Since settlers moved to this area as early as 1730, Strasburg became well known for its pottery manufacturing, which dated back to as early as 1761. After the last pottery was closed around 1909, the museum building-which was constructed for use as a steam pottery-was purchased by the Southern Railway Company for use as a passenger and freight depot until the 1960s. The museum features a variety of authentic local pieces, including Civil War articles, Native American artifacts, local pottery and photographs, early farm and train equipment, and even a red caboose that can be toured!


Woodbine Farms, Inc. & Woodbine Farm Market

Woodbine Farms, located in Frederick County, VA, was founded in 1898 by Dr. Isaac Brumback, and was recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia as a “Century Farm” in 1998 for being continuously and actively farmed by the same family for 100 years. Products grown on Woodbine Farms include apples, tomatoes, sweet corn, pumpkins, and more, which are sold through their market. Woodbine Farm Market opened in 2006 on Rt. 55 in Strasburg, VA. The market has a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, and other local products, including meats, cheeses, breads, jellies/jams, and more! The market also has a playground picnic shelter, and ice cream stand. Additionally, it serves as home to Back Road BBQ, which is owned and operated by Greg and Carl Smith.

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