Our Story

Hayfield Farm has been family owned and operated by the Butlers since 1997. We focus on top-notch care for our livestock and providing premium products to our local community. Thank you for your support.

In 1930, when the Butler’s settled in Fauquier County, Virginia, they came as dairy and beef cattle farmers. Eventually, each Butler family chose to raise either exclusively beef cattle or dairy cattle. In 1997, my parents, Chuck and Tina, purchased Hayfield Farm, which is located in the southern end of Fauquier County, Virginia. For our first Christmas at the farm, my cousin gave us five angus cross cattle. Throughout elementary, middle, and high school, my sister, Jacklyn, and I participated in Fauquier’s FFA and 4-H Livestock Club where we raised, trained, groomed, and showed the five original cattle, as well as pigs and lambs.

Maintaining Strong Ties Within Our Community

In the following years, we began adding more cows and started raising our own calves on the farm. In high school, I joined Future Farmers of America (FFA) and traveled to Virginia Tech to work with the Animal Sciences group and participate in the Stockman’s Contests. This is where I began learning about raising and finishing beef steers for premium meat.

My parents encouraged us to stay active and maintain strong ties within our community as we grew up. Today, we continue to support the Fauquier’s 4-H Livestock Club and Future Farmers of America by participating in 4-H’s Show and Sale and inviting local 4-H high schoolers to come out and work our cows alongside us, among many other events. We have deeply embedded ourselves in the Fauquier and Stafford County livestock communities and are committed to continuing to support and provide for our local families.

Providing Premium Fresh Meats to Our Community

Hayfield Farm has expanded to provide premium natural beef, pork, lamb, chicken, and eggs to the local community. We have CSA memberships and attend local farmers markets. We are proud to serve the community that our family has long ties with and pass these values and traditions down to our own family.
Thank you for supporting a local family-owned business and your local farmer.

Dylan Butler, Owner

Free to Roam

Our cattle are free to roam acres and acres of pasture all day, every day. When beef steers are ready to be finished, they are given a locally crafted grain mix. We practice rotational grazing methods to keep cattle on fresh pasture and regenerate our soil. Our cattle only eat hay that is made right here on the farm, by us. We regularly nourish our pastures and hay fields with local organic poultry litter and promote soil health, instead of inundating our pastures with chemicals. We go above and beyond to keep our cattle and our land happy and healthy. 

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