Fruit Markets and Products

Agriberry Farm wants to be your year-round source for the best seasonal fruit available! Click to find markets near you for family-grown fruit and farm-made goodies this week.

Markets and Products

Fruit Farm Share

Eat Smart and Local–Register now for your 2019 Farm Share of local fruit! Learn more about becoming a member (RVA, the Northern Neck and Annapolis, MD) this season.

Farm Share

Geyer Family and Farm

Learn more about the Geyer family, the farm history and practices, and the Geyers’ efforts to increase local berry consumption and youth employment in agriculture, and more.

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Mark Your Calendar: Pre-Season pruning is essential to keep your fruit and berry plants healthy and productive. Visit the farm Saturday, March 23 from 2-3pm to learn about pruning raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. From 3-4pm learn about pruning your fruit trees. Click the Pic for details!

The Agriberry Farm Mission is to grow great berries and fruit and be a premier agriculture training facility for motivated young workers.

Top 5 Reasons for Reserving a Farm Share, According to our Members

  • Consistency and quality of the fruit
  • Variety of fruit, including hard-to-find and heirloom varieties not available elsewhere
  • Belief in the value of family farming in their community
  • Nutrition and health reasons
  • Creating a scheduled commitment for getting local food

What’s your favorite? Click to join today!

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Payment plans are now available for farm share memberships! 25% at sign up, 25% by the first share, then just $10/week with each share. Contact us with any questions. Shares begin early May! ... See more

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Certainly a surprise but an honor in our VSU Berry Conference for Gov. (and Doctor) Northam to speak briefly on how to promote the berry industry and health benefits 👍

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Happy Spring Equinox! ‘Tis the season of frosty mornings and sunburned afternoons for Agriberry’s field crew who are busy pruning the blackberries plants!