Hickory Hill Farm


Hickory Hill Farm is located in the rural farm area of White Oak, Virginia which is surrounded by beautiful historic Civil War battlefields.  The farm itself was used as an encampment during the civil War by the Union Army.  The farm was established in approximately 1732.  The main house was originally build in England and was brought to the United States as a kit and was re-assembled in its present local.  The farm has been passed down through the Cox, Less,FARM1.JPG (36464 bytes) Steven and Humphreys families since its establishment.  The Farm is an active farm with horses, ostriches, geese, swans, and chickens.  The farm has about 20 acres of pastures and the rest is wooded.  The Kennel consists of two buildings which are environmentally controlled.  Each dog run has an indoor and outdoor portion to it.  Each run is equipped with a doggy door so the dogs have free run of the enclosure.  The outside runs are under roof so the dogs are out of the weather.  We are very particular about the welfare and  the health of our canines.  It is our goal to breed top quality canines which will make great companions for you and your children.   Please feel free to call us about our canines (540) 371-0260.