Following are some frequently asked questions about visiting and hunting with Farmington Hunt Club.
Is a hunting license required?
When does FHC hunt?
What time are the Meets?
What is the dress code?
What do I do if I want to hunt as a Visitor?
How much does it cost? (Capping Fees)
How do I get directions to the meet?
Yes, everyone who hunts (even just once) who is 12 years of age or older needs to buy an annual (or lifetime) Virginia hunting license and bring it with them to the meets. Annual rate is $18 if aged 16-64. Reduced rates if 12-15 ($8.50) or over 65 ($7.00).Buy your license online or at stores such as Kmart.
In early cubbing season dress is informal and/or ratcatcher (tweed coat). Collared shirts such as “polo” shirts or turtlenecks, tucked in, are acceptable. Solid muted colors (except red) are preferred. Earth tone breeches, boots are preferred, and protective head gear (velvet covered cap with chin harness) are recommended for adults, and required for juniors.
For Formal Hunting Season, Formal Attire is required Tuesdays and Saturdays, and Ratcatcher on Thursdays. After January 1st Ratcatcher is allowed on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Adults, $100
- Students, $25
- Juniors, (under age of 18) $15
How can I become a Member of Farmington?
I like to trail ride and I would like to try hunting, so what should I do?
I want to trail ride on land in the Farmington Hunt Club territory, is this OK?
I want to trail ride with Farmington but I am not a member, is this possible?
For more information click here or call Martha Drum, Membership Chair, 540-748-2288.