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April 15 and 16

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Courtesy Photo: Amelia Eshleman of Virsylvia Farm, with a full throttle of baby goats!

Virsylvia Farm and Market is Open!

Virsylvia Farm is a regenerative farm focused on providing local food to the Questa area. Between our animals and fields, we offer local dairy shares, a CSA (community supported agriculture) program, and yarn and fiber—all while trying to promote healthy land management practices and sharing spaces with other producers.

After running a pay-what-you-can farmstand since 2019, this winter we officially reopened as Virsylvia Farm and Market, and are now offering a year-round market with fresh produce and veggies, eggs, fruit, dairy, beef and goat meats, herbal products, flowers, honey, and so many other local products from our farm and others in Taos County.

In addition to the market, coffee/tea/espresso/food will be provided by The Dancing Goat, a new food truck at the farm featuring local food.

We are looking forward to hosting a variety of workshops and community events, including a yard sale on April 15 and 16. (Let us know if you would like to set up and sell, and see our notice in the classified ads and Community Calendar.)

Come by to check out what local producers are growing and how you can support healthy, organic, and regenerative (and tasty!) food in our region!


  • Tyler Eshleman

    Virsylvia Farm & Market, 3204 Hwy 522, Questa, NM; head north from Questa, turn left after mile marker 27, past Jaracito Rd. in El Rito. (575) 586-5635, and on Facebook.

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