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Rootstown Reindeer Farm started with a literal dream for Kellie and Mike Gregg. Now, it's well on the way to being a full-fledged agritourism farm.

Liz and Jimmie Riffle started Riffle Farms in 2017, expecting to sell high-quality red meat. But the novelty of raising buffalo in WV presented other opportunities.

The West Virginia Agritourism Association was formed earlier this year to help producers in the state capitalize on the unique opportunities West Virginia farms have to offer.

Bills regarding agritourism liability protection and milk haulers in weather emergencies both recently passed the Pennsylvania state House.

A last-ditch effort to get agritourism liability protection passed in Pennsylvania failed, but new life is being breathed into the bill.

Despite the pandemic, attendance and interest hasn’t been lacking at many agritourism farms this fall. Farms have still had to make some adjustments, but fall agritourism is still happening in Ohio this year.

After two months of curbside, carry-out and deliveries, restaurants, wineries, breweries and others in agritourism were able to reopen outdoor dining space to customers May 15.

Right now, with the stay-at-home orders and COVID-19 pandemic, agritourism businesses aren’t able to offer the on-site experience that they normally try to give customers. Instead, it’s carry-out, delivery and retail, while states remain shut down. Events, like live music and wine tastings, have been canceled or postponed.

Making a corn maze begins months before the first visitors enter the corn field to wind their way around its twists and turns.

Planning to pick your own apples this fall? Learn which varieties of apples are perfect for snacking, baking, making applesauce and more.