Our poultry bone broth for dogs just got licensed by the State of Virginia! We’re so excited to start selling. Currently, we are only able to sell locally as we are not licensed in any other states. We will be selling at local farmers markets and at pet stores in the Northern Virginia area. Our poultry bone broth is a savory blend of chicken, duck, and/or turkey simmered into a drool-worthy concoction that Fido is sure to is sure to love. Our recipe is all-natural, grain-free, contains no artificial flavors or colors, and is made from our very own poultry at Kathy Ann’s Farm.
We understand that with the current pandemic and stay at home order we won’t be available at some places, but you can always order on Local Line, the new online marketplace for farmers in Loudoun County. We have pickup options for Middleton and Waterford Virginia. Stay home and stay safe!
April 29 2020 update: Most of the website is up and running, there are still a few tweaks that need to be fixed but the majority of the website is live and running as we would expect. Happy browsing!
Pardon our cyber-dust as we work on re-launching our updated website. We’re hoping renovations to be complete by the end of April 2020. During this time some pages might be down or incomplete. Keep checking back for new updates.
Welcome to Kathy Ann’s Farm, currently home to 5 sheep, 10 goats, 2 emus, ducks, chickens, dogs, cats, 4 kids of the human variety and a partridge in a pear tree!
After growing up in the middle of nowhere–really, there were corn fields and soybean fields in every direction–I swore I’d left the country life for good when I went away to college (far enough that I’d have a day’s advance notice if anyone decided to just ‘pop in’ for a visit). I guess though, you can take the farm girl off the farm, but you can’t take the farm out of the farm girl–or something like that. After years of living in apartments, townhomes, and crowded suburbia, I found myself longing for more space, more gardens, and yes, farm animals to take care of. Who would’ve thought? And make no mistake, they do take some caring for! We started small with just a few chickens. Well, before long, those few chickens were joined by a few more, some ducks, turkeys, emus–hey, why not?, a couple of goats…well, you get the picture.
One project morphed into another and now, we’ve become immersed in a simpler, cleaner lifestyle. I can’t remember the last time I bought eggs. With the goats, our milk bill was cut in half. I dabble in making cheese and luxurious goats milk soap and wonderful jams and jellies. I’m loving it and dream of the day when I can give up my daytime job to do this full time. I guess I really have come full circle.