Agriberry Farm is open by appointment, and does not offer “pick-your-own.” Join our mailing list to learn more about our frequent farm visit days.
Agriberry Farm is owned and operated by Anne and Chuck Geyer. As life-long farmers, the Geyers strive to raise healthy, sustainably grown food. As business owners, they work to craft lasting relationships that nourish their community, other family-owned specialty farms, and the evolving local food community. As parents, they hope to create a legacy of value for their children, and as educators and community members, they feel a special mission to share their belief in farming as a career and lifestyle.
Anne and Chuck continue to explore nearby opportunities to purchase or lease additional land arable. The entire family is deeply grateful for the ongoing support of their loyal customers and the USDA grant programs.
Anne and Chuck run a “full disclosure” farm, and they have pledged to tell the truth about the food they provide, including its source and supporting farm practices. They are also dedicated to doing all they can to
Please let them know of any comments, suggestions or questions you may have about Agriberry Farm.
Anne, Chuck and Pierson Geyer are active locally, regionally and nationally in many farming associations and organizations. For more information about some of these organizations, please visit our Resources page.
This helps the family stay up-to-date on the best, most sustainable production practices, and helps them connect with other like-minded farmers. In addition, Anne is often involved with area schools and youth programs, and she is a frequent speaker about farming, marketing and the business of farming.
Agriberry Farm’s Woodberry Farm site is located at 6289 River Road in Hanover’s historic Courthouse area, about 2 miles off of Route 301 (Chamberlayne Ave.) Agriberry Farm’s original leased fields–still in production–are part of the McGhee family’s Grainfield Farm, 5 miles south (toward Rt. 360) along River Road from Woodberry, near the Colonial-era site of Hanovertown, Hanover County’s oldest known settlement.