This farm market is out in the country, but also easy to find and there's plenty of parking. These folks raise their own Angus beef, which the owner I spoke to explained is grass-fed while the cows are on their farm. When the cows go to the local slaughterhouse, they might be fed some grain while awaiting slaughter. They offer a good variety of frozen Angus beef cuts, as well as Crabill's (local) bacon in the refrigerator case and Crabill's sausage in the freezer. The chicken they carry comes from a different local farmer and is *very* expensive, IMO. There's also a selection of cheeses that seem to come from Amish country in PA, though nothing fancy. They offer farm-fresh local eggs at a decent price and, of course, lots of fresh veggies and flowers in season. They have a greenhouse on-site. There's also maple syrup from WV, Virginia country ham, locally made apple butter which tastes way better than any you'd buy at the supermarket, a selection of Route 11 potato chips, and some local arts and crafts, too. Their homemade pies are *to die for*--don't go home without one. Every time I visit here it's a happy experience. They do have plastic grocery bags, but I also suggest bringing your own bags. They do accept debit/credit cards.