Turtle Creek Farm also provides Horse Transportation Services. See our Turtle Creek Horse Transportation page.
Turtle Creek Farm is located in Newsoms, Virginia, of Southampton County. We grow and sell a wide selection of seasonal, farm fresh vegetables and fruit, including pumpkins, tomatoes, apples, watermelon, cantaloupe ….Oh, let’s face it, that list is just too long. We also have bee hives and harvest and sell fresh honey. All of our products are farm fresh and grown with care right here in Virginia. We created this website so you could learn all about the items we sell and about us. Our website only includes images of our produce and other products. We do not use any stock photos here. What you see is what we offer, and we proudly display the Virginia Grown logo.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO JOINED US FOR PUMPKIN FRIDAYS IN OCTOBER! We had a great time and hope to see everyone again in October 2012 for more Pumpkin Friday farm tours.
If you are looking for hay, then you’ve come to the right place. We sell high-quality hay. Turtle Creek Farm is dedicated to having top quality hay that is free of weeds, mold and dust, which is important to the digestive tract. We offer rectangular bales (shown to the left) which you can come and get yourself. You can also get rectangular hay delivered to your place (delivered is extra). If you prefer round hay bales, we sell those by the ton price delivered. Click the link above or the picture of rectangular hay bales to learn more about our hay.
So now that you’re here, please take a look around. Click on any link to learn more about that item. Read our blog for the latest happenings and for glimpses of life on the farm. We love working the land and working with the animals, and we hope to hear from you soon. Call us if you have any questions. Our phone number is at the top of every page, just under the picture of the farm.Also, this site is dedicated to my friend and helper. Grizzly 1997-2009
Grizzly was found as a little ball of fluff on a back country road in 1997 when he was only 5 or 6 weeks old. Not sure where he came from or how he got there, but he found ME. He and I were inseparable for over 12 years. He knew my thoughts and my next actions. He knew everybody I knew and I think more people knew him than knew me. Grizzly went with me fishing, hunting, horseback riding, when I drove the tractor, lawnmower, and when I went to church, the beach, and the store. One day I took too long in the grocery store and he climbed out the tuck and waited for someone to open the store door, and in he ran. He went up and down the aisles until he found me and began to wag and talk, as dogs do, to say “Here I am; I was worried!!” I still think I see him from time to time as I walk about the farm, and I know he is with me. So here is to Grizzly! — “The Best Boy”