Whitehall farms,LLC 

Hello, from the WHF Team. Here are answers to our frequently asked questions. If you have other questions or concerns please email us at info@whitehall.farm or call 703-968-3900

Can we see the farm?

For safety reasons the farm is not open to the public most of the time. We hold a second Saturday open house for the summer months, and a spring and fall festival in which the farm is open to the public. The next opportunity to see the farm will be the summer open house, the dates are on the calendar. Pre-booked birthday parties also have access to the farm. For more info on booking a party please email info@whitehall.farm or look at our events page. Please visit our market store for produce and farm products.


Do you do any U-Pick or berry picking?

No, we do not, but please come by the market for our fresh harvested produce. 


What are your market hours?

Monday and Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday- Friday 11-7

Saturday 9-5 

Sunday 11-5


Market Address:

12523 Popes Head Road, Clifton, VA 20124


Are you organic?

We are not certified organic but we grow to the highest standard of organic production. Most of our produce is beyond organic. We take great pride in our produce, if you have more questions please call us. 


What animals do you have? 

We have cows, pigs and chickens. If you would like to visit the animals please come to our open house events or book a birthday party.


Do you have fresh farm eggs?

Yes! Our chickens are pasture raised and supplemented with a non-gmo grain. They are the happiest birds around, come taste the difference!


What classes and events are you holding?

For the month of April our class schedule is:

April 1st: Essential Oils, sign up here

April 8th: Farm food tasting

April 6th and 20th: Bee keeping (same curriculum just two chances to come)

April 19th: We'll be at the GMU sustainability showcase

April 29th: Candle making

May 13&14 Spring Festival

June 10: open house and community meeting

June 11&15: bee keeping

June 28th: BZA Hearing


How do you cook grass-fed meats?

Check out our blog post here.