Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, Chapel Hill Farm is a registered VA State and National Historic Landmark. The farm is dedicated to conservation, with hundreds of acres set aside for wildlife rehabilitation in order to restore indigenous grasses, insects, birdlife, and animals to the Virginia countryside.
The Randall Lineback, the world’s rarest cattle, live much as they would have centuries ago, slowly grazing on pastureland and drinking fresh water from the underground limestone spring. Developed hundreds of years before factory farming, concentrated feedlots, and highly-marbleized, standardized beef cattle, the Randall Lineback has survived unchanged since the 1700s. The combination of exceptional genetics, historic land, and traditional farming practices creates an absolutely unique product: Chapel Hill Farm Randall Lineback.