Randy & Michelle Gulden, Toano in James City County, Email, (757) 566-4803
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KelRae Farm has been growing and selling produce since 2001. Before KelRae Farm was established, the farm was known as Hazelwood Farm, owned by Henry M “Buck” Hazelwood, Randy’s great uncle. Hazelwood Farm sold fresh locally grown produce all over the Williamsburg area for decades.
Randy inherited the farm where he grew up working and learning. He and Michelle, his wife, established KelRae Farm (named after their two oldest daughters) in the spring of 2001. What began as a part-time adventure has now turned into a full-time farming career. KelRae Farm sells fresh, very locally grown seasonal fruits and veggies year-around. Sunflowers, plants, gifts and free-range chicken eggs are also available. All items are produced on their farm in Toano, VA.
KelRae Farm also offers a local, seasonal CSA program, field trips, summer camps and more. KelRae Farm participates in programming with the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools, area restaurants, and ffresh food donation programs. The farm has been an active vendor at the Williamsburg Farmers Market for over fourteen years.