Who We Are

We are a 5th generation family farm. It's been owned & operated by our family for more than 100 years, claiming Prince William County's only Century Farm. Over the years we've developed amazing relationships with people through doing business here on the farm. We are committed to raising our animals in an environmentally friendly way while simultaneously supporting sustainable agriculture.

Here's a little history about the farm. For more pictures, click here.

Andrew Smith, Sr., known by most as "Buster", was born on the family farm on 1919 to Andrew Smith and Mary Fletcher. He was the oldest of eight children. At an early age he was instilled with a strong work ethic, working both on the farm and at his father's saw mill which used to be part of the farm.

He met Miss Shirley Lee Wrenn in the spring of 1942; and they married in 1944. Over the next several years they would have six children: Joma, Andrew, Thomas, Wesley, Andrea and Bradley.

Shirley Lee Wrenn, (holding Sierra Smith),
Christine Rettman (Buster’s younger sister)

Buster purchased the family farm in 1962. Farming remained a cherished passion throughout his life, which he passed onto many of his family. Upon nearing retirement, Andrew, Shirley and youngest son Brad moved back to the farm in 1979 where he remained a gentleman farmer until quietly passing away in 2000 at the house in which he was born.