This is a FREE event, but we ask that you consider financially supporting our work.

Fresh, raw milk is a controversial food. In fact, it’s illegal to buy outright in the state of Virginia. Some say it can be a vector for disease, while others sing it’s praises as a nutrient dense whole food. Are you convinced of it’s many benefits? Are you thinking of getting a milk cow of your own?

Learn practical tips on animal care, milking, and more. Join us on Tuesday, April 16 (6-8pm) at Mountain Run Farm (showbarn) for our monthly Land & Table potluck, and get a crash course on the nuances of the family milk cow. We will have a milking demonstration for those who want to walk from the showbarn to the milking barn.

If you are NOT interested in owning a milk cow yourself but still want access to fresh, raw milk, we will also discuss legal, local herdshare options in the Lynchburg, Virginia region.


COST: FREE, but we ask that you RSVP. Please consider making a donation when you arrive. Help us keep these monthly events going.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 16 (6-8pm)
WHERE: Mountain Run Farm (Showbarn): 1228 Charlemont Rd, Big Island, VA 24526
Turn into the driveway. You will see the ShowBarn on your right. Park by the barn or just through the gate.
WHO: Anyone! All are welcome.

– A healthy dish to share.
-A lawn chair or picnic blanket.
– A friend (of course)!
– Your own dishware.
– Your own drink.
– Kids are welcome but they must be attended by an adult.

DONATE: Leave a tip when you arrive! We are a 501(c)3 non-profit and your financial support helps us keep these monthly events going. Thank you for partnering with us! Or you can donate online – or learn more about our mission and vision.

If you or your children are under the weather or not feeling well, we ask that you stay home and rest with a nice cup of warm medicinal tea. 🙂

Mountain Run Farm (Camp Sedalia): 1228 Charlemont Rd, Big Island, VA 24526

Land And Table

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