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Buy any of our 4 varieties of oysters for only $1 per oyster! This is our best price of the year :) Don't miss your chance to save and savor.

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Customer Reviews

These are some of the finest oysters I have ever tried! My family has been enjoying these for years.
I love, love, love their oyster selection! The Blackberry's are my favorite!
I love supporting family owned, local business this. They make sure I feel like one of the family!

Little Wicomico Oysters

4 Generations of Oyster Farming's Finest

Our Heritage

Our family has been raising oysters on Virginia's Little Wicomico River for four generations. Our farm is our pride and joy. We hope you enjoy our harvest!

Family Favorites

Our family loves a nice seafood feast! We try to create new recipes and enjoy a dinner table filled with love. We have a large family and enjoying oysters is one of our truest traditions.

LWO Updates

Garlic Butter Grilled Oysters on a Half Shell

Little Wicomico Oysters on a Half Shell make entertaining a breeze! Our pre-shucked oysters on a half shell arrive frozen and ready for fixings (no need to thaw!). This oyster recipe features garlic and parsley compound butter for a super simple but oh-so-flavorful and beautiful dish. We used our frozen oysters here, but you can use any of our fresh-caught oysters to make this tasty treat.

Little Wicomico Oysters on Made in Virginia

Press visits the Little Wicomico Oyster Company to see how Virginia’s world famous oysters are farmed and harvested,  then to "High Pressure Processing of Virginia" or "HPP" to see their high-tech method of processing the "Shuckless Oyster."  All next on Made in Virginia.

National Fisherman: New oyster barge is all PVC

Cockrell’s Marine Railway in Heathsville, Va., delivered a 20′ x 8′ x 6″ oyster barge in January to Sapidus Farms in Heathsville, Va.

National Fisherman: VA builder continues skiff tradition

Seafood Products has several boats and cold-storage bait operations on Virginia’s Northern Neck. Their Reedville plant is on a wharf along Cockrell Creek, just up from George M. Butler’s Reedville Marine Railway.