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Blueberry Pickin
Pick Your Own In Greenbrier County



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Max Robinson loves fresh berries, and always wanted to be a farmer. He and his wife Anne bought White Oak Farm in rural Greenbrier County 18 years ago and immediately planted several blueberry bushes. Now visitors are invited to the farm every July to enjoy the fruit of the Robinson's labor and pick your own bucket of fresh blueberries! "They're delicious and easy to pick" says Max, and buckets with belt cords are provided so folks can pick with both hands. It can get a little crowded at times, but the Robinsons have plenty of bushes to pick from. The blueberry season is only for the month of July, so don't miss your chance to enjoy the farm and leave with a gallon or two of fresh blueberries!

White Oak Farm

Blueberry Pickin Person Interviewed: Max Robinson
Title: Owner
Location: Greenbrier County, West Virginia
Address: Box 418 Brownstown Road Renick, WV 24966
Phone: 304 497-3577
Website: www.whiteoakberryfarm.com
EMail: whiteoakfarm@cicinternet.net


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