A. Agricultural accessory uses shall be located, designed and operated so as to not interfere with and to support the overall agricultural use of the property and neighboring properties.
B. Agricultural accessory uses and activities include and are not limited to agritourism, the storage, distribution and marketing of regional agricultural products, and the production, marketing and distribution of value-added agricultural products, including the support services that facilitate these activities.
C. Nonagricultural accessory uses and activities, including new buildings, parking or supportive uses, shall not be located outside of the general area already developed for buildings and residential uses and shall not otherwise result in the conversion of more than one acre of agricultural land to nonagricultural uses.