Lost Corner Farm

Restorative, sustainable, natural.

Welcome to Lost Corner Farm of Leesburg, Virginia, a traditional, sustainable farming operation producing high quality, flavorful fruits and vegetables found in local farm markets, businesses, and on the tables of community members. Some of the places you can find our produce include Mom's Apple Pie Bakery, in their pies and quiche as well as for sale in their retail shops when in season; at Potomac Vegetable Farms' Vienna market and CSA shares; at Cultured: Tasteful Frozen Yogurt... and Soup! in a variety of soups during colder months and as toppings for their real frozen yogurt during late spring and summer.

We are happy to offer our CSA share for the 2017 growing season and look forward to providing you and your family with some of the best farm-fresh food in the area.  Our riverside fields produce truly beautiful, flavorful, and nutritious fruits and veggies... and bountifully! 

 

 

Pancho is our foundation sow and a truly magnificent pig. She comes from the Baylis VA Samson line, a foundation hog for the AGHA and a line that we are interested in concentrating. She's long and lean, patient, and sweet as a pie. From the day we brought her home she has been a joy, rolling over for belly rubs and laying her head on Ansa's lap. 

Pancho has a farrowing record of 6 and 9 so far. She has raised gorgeous piglets, shining black and some with white spotting. She is an excellent mother, provides plenty of milk, and is extremely careful in preventing squish.

MVF Inez was acquired through a local trade with Mountain View Farm. She is not as large as Pancho, but she has a nice curve to her back and is a very quick, steady sow. Her first litter produced 4 fast-growing piglets, two of which had white on their feet. We are anxious to see how the little ones grow and future litters. 

Ingleside Pepper came to us from Central VA and though she shares some background with our other sows, she also brings some additional Skyfire bloodlines. She is a hammy hog, less belly and more shoulder/leg than the other ladies. Her first litter with us produced 8 piglets (at her prior home she farrowed with 4 at a young age). We expect her to be a high producing hog with excellent feeder and breeder piglets alike.