Rock Mills Farm, owned by Mary Henze, is a one-year old farm with a goal of raising heritage breed goats and sheep. Our registered herd of Spanish goats is hard at work restoring our hilly pastures and the first crop of Spanish kid goats arrived in June. Also new are two Gulf Coast Native lambs, a critical conservation breed native to the hot and humid southeast U.S. Rock Mills Farm hopes to help preserve the breed by creating a broader appreciation for its beautiful bouncy wool.
For visitor convenience, and because we are neighbors, Rock Mills Farm will be at the Happy Henz location.
150 Henze Lane / Rock Mills, VA 22716
NOTE: There is a challenging, steep, mile-long gravel road leading to Happy Henz Farm.
From Little Washington take Lee Hwy (U.S.-211) west toward Sperryville
Left on Rock Mills Rd. The road narrows down toward the river.
Turn right on Whorton Hollow and cross the bridge.
Take the first left on Henze Ln.
Stay left on Henze Ln. at all forks.
Happy Henz Farm is at the end of the road.
Artisans Joining Rock Mills Farm:
Kristin Hansen, fiber artist and shepherdess from August Moon Farm, will be on hand on Saturday to demonstrate blending and spinning art yarn. Her unique and colorful yarn and fiber will be on sale both days.
Kid friendly? Yes.
Pet friendly? No (Livestock and Livestock guardian dogs on-site)