Welcome to Eden Farms Online!

Eden Farms is a small, family-run business located 20 minutes west of Richmond in Goochland County, Virginia. We grow and produce many different types of toys, organic treats, and accessories for rabbits, guinea pigs, and chinchillas. We're like a Farmers' Market for your pet! We offer gift certificates, and ship many of our products in case you live far away (or just don't want to drive). We also design low-maintenance indoor and outdoor animal housing, and sell pet accessories such as automatic feeders and top-fill water bottles. Customers who want to make a purchase can stop by anytime we're open (10 AM to 6 PM Mon-Sat, and noon to 6 PM on Sundays).

Please note: our hours of operation have changed, we are now closing at 6 PM every day.

Here's a video of Jessie and Nichole's Flights of Fancy collection at Atlantic City Fashion Week! In addition to working on the farm and doing fashion design, Jessie runs an instructional website (iamsewcrazy.com) that teaches readers how to make their own creative ideas come to life.

 Here's our 2014 snow sculpture: an ice squirrel! He's friendly, as long as you don't try to take his acorns. 

Contact us by phone at (804) 556-3377.

Hours of operation are 10:00 AM-6:00 PM Mon-Sat, Sunday noon-6:00 PM. We are closed only on Christmas day and Easter Sunday.

We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Debit, or cash.



Nichole created this 44" long bunny sculpture out of sweetgum balls glued onto a wire frame. We call her "Binx" because she reminds us of the Egyptian Sphinx.


Here is a picture of one of the snow sculptures Cory designed and built. It was an approximately life-size (27.5 feet long) piece of logging equipment called a grapple skidder.


The grapple skidder was 9 feet tall, and took about 30 man-hours to complete. It appeared on various local news shows at least four times. You can see NBC 12's story about Cory's sculpture here.


Cory also built this 14.5 foot tall snow angel sculpture. It took him two days! The angel was featured on the local news.


And here is another previous snow sculpture: a 21.5-foot-long F-15 Eagle fighter jet!