Are you considering relocating to a Central Virginia horse farm? Fluvanna County might be a good choice for a locality to search. Although we have seen a lot of growth in the county, Fluvanna still has an active agricultural community and rural lifestyle. According to The Central Virginian farming contributes over $6.2 million to the area economy per year.
Of the over 250 farms in Fluvanna County the largest number raise beef cattle. Corn, Soybean, wheat and hay production are also important products grown on area farms. Another agricultural industry is forestry, with hardwoods comprising the largest segment. Of course, lets not forget the Fluvanna horse farms. There are many farms in Fluvanna County that are perfect for horses and are located close to fox hunting and horse shows.
It is important to keep the balance between growth and the rural and agricultural heritage of Fluvanna County. There are local groups that are working to protect the county farms via conservation easements and Agricultural Districts.
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