Address: 125 Russell Creek Lane, Stuart VA 24171 / (276) 694-3859
About Us / Missing Willow Farm History: Missing Willow Farm of Stuart, Virginia comes from a dream long held by owners Brian and Connie Littell. The two had always wanted to work the land and grow a variety of foods, so that they could be self-sufficient and know exactly what they were eating. Now that dream has come true—at the end of a half mile long driveway where you’ll find the twenty acres of heaven known as Missing Willow Farm. The name comes from a willow tree that Connie received as a birthday gift just after the family moved to the farm. The willow soon went missing and officials believe the robbers are some long toothed neighbors going by the name of “beavers.”\nThe Littells have a flock of Katahdin and Texel sheep they raise for fleece and meat, a livestock guardian dog named FiFi, and Jack, the Border Collie who keeps everyone in line. They make an appearance at the Stuart Farmer’s Market every Friday when it’s open to sell lamb, honey, shiitake mushrooms, heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, asparagus, fingerling potatoes, leeks, herbs and homemade goats milk soap- all fresh, all raised with care by hand.