Agribusiness

Aerial view of Campbell County farm with fields, barns, and farmhouse

Agriculture is Campbell County's heritage and a vital driver of the local economy. Agriculture producers have been deeply invested in our community for generations, and that commitment remains strong. Virginia offers a variety of programs and funding opportunities through the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. 

Campbell County Cooperative Extension office serves as an educational outreach program of Virginia's land-grant universities: Virginia Tech and Virginia State University, and a part of the National Institute for Food and Agriculture, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture.

Virginia Century Farms is a recognition program for farms in operation for over 100 years with a direct descendent of the original farmers.

Virginia MarketMaker is an interactive online resource mapping Virginia's food system. All agribusinesses should consider listing on this free service which connects agribusiness to consumers and industrial buyers alike. 

Virginia Grown offers an online guide to pick-your-own and fresh-picked Virginia produce, agriculture products and farmers markets.

The Virginia's Finest trademark identifies, differentiates and promotes top-quality Virginia agriculture and specialty food and beverage products.

Virginia FarmLink connects current farmers and landowners with people looking to become farmers or partner with existing farms.

Buy Fresh, Buy Local is an affiliate program which helps market your products.

Learn about these and other programs in Agribusiness.