Cygnet Hollow Farm

Cygnet Hollow Farm
Lindsay Swan
1221 Tisdale Road
Louisa, VA 23093
(540) 967-8099

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Cygnet Hollow Farm is a 32-acre farm in Louisa County. During the Civil War, the owners sold pies out of their back door, a baking tradition that is still kept alive today. We also raise heritage breeds of chickens and keep a flock of fiber animals, and keep them all safe with flock guardian dogs.

Cygnet Hollow has been providing specialty breads and pastries Cygnet Hollow Farm baked goodsfor the Charlottesville City Market, UVA Market, and Mineral Farmers Market for several years now, and breeding chickens for a lifetime. Fiber arts, like spinning yarn, weaving, and felting wool, are daily occurrences, and keep us busy when we are not playing with lambs and chicks!

There are lots of kid-friendly animals to meet and touch, fiber art projects for children, spinning and weaving demonstrations, flock guardian dogs working, and sheep shearing.

Farm Sales:

919644_477580358989401_1835861652_oFood and drinks available with seating in the shade of our 200 year old oak tree. Baked goods, fresh eggs, and yarns are available all day. Layer and heritage breed chickens and chicks, ducks and ducklings will be available.

Farm Animals:Cygnet Hollow Farm chickens
Sheep, alpacas, and angora rabbits for fiber production; heritage breed chickens for eggs; Great Pyrenees flock guardian dogs; horses and ponies.Cygnet Hollow Farm sheep

Directions from Charlottesville:
Take I-64 east to exit 143 Louisa/Ferncliff
Turn north on Rt.208
2.3 miles to turn left on E Jack Jouett
In just a few hundred yards, turn right on Byrd Mill Rd. 2.5 miles
When Byrd Mill turns left, continue straight on Waldrop Church Rd., another 2 miles
Turn left on Tisdale Rd, go 1 mile
Farm driveway is on the left, look for the balloons, #1221 Tisdale Rd. Farm is straight back, white farmhouse with a blue roof, surrounded by horse pastures.

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