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From thousand-acre farms to small urban operations, Virginia’s agriculture industry is diverse both in commodities grown and physical farm size.
Potatoes and peaches are without a doubt some of America’s favorite foods, and Virginia farmers work tirelessly to ensure there is always an ample supply.
Continuing on the legacy of their family farms, the current generation of young farmers harness technology to improve operations and connect to consumers.
Kochis Farm has been in the same family for over 100 years, making it eligible for the Centennial Farm & Ranch award, which it won in 2016.
If you want to enjoy a crisp fall day plucking fresh apples off the trees this year, visit one of these apple orchards across the country.
The Lasley family has grown peanuts in Oklahoma for more than 80 years, building a lasting legacy and evolving to make a variety of value-added products.
When West M. Manwell and his wife put down roots on some Oklahoma farmland in 1905, they began a farming legacy that would continue five generations later.
We've rounded up the most interesting spots across the nation for an agritourism getaway.