PLAN YOUR VISIT
Please check before your visit to confirm that the farm is open. Fruit availability and weather may cause us to have to close sooner than planned.
We accept Cash, Check and Credit Card.
Wear comfortable clothing and appropriate shoes.
Hats and sunscreen are recommended.
You may want to bring water. Water and beverages are also available for purchase.
Children are welcome! ( keep in mind that strollers may be difficult to push through grass and rocks. ) Children must be supervised at all times.
Some of our customers like to bring a cooler to keep their berries cool in the car for the ride home.
Although we love animals, we follow good agricultural practices and ask that you leave your pets at home.
Restroom availability is a porta-potty.
Blackberries are fully ripe when their color has changed from red to completely black.
A Blackberry that is ripe will detach easily from the cane
Harvesting berries when they are completely dry, and earlier in the day results in a longer shelf life. Berries that are wet from morning dew or rain will likely to develop mold
Put picked berries into shallow containers to avoid crushing them
HANDLING YOUR BERRIES
Cool your berries as soon as possible. Keep them refrigerated until you are ready to use them. If you plan on freezing them, place them into a freezer bag or container first.
Wash the berries before eating.
Do not wash the berries until you are ready to use them. Pour the berries into a colander and then rinse them with cold water. Remove any stems, leaves or damaged berries. Then enjoy!