Strawberry Information
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6am until pick out for the day!
Must CALL before coming 
to be sure we aren't picked out 
when you arrive
future pickings and prepicked berries 
will be announced 
please call for updates

We accept cash or check ONLY

Conversions 101
  • Quart= 1 1/2 pounds
  • Flat= About 9 pounds or 6 quarts 
  • 1 to 2 quarts needed to make 9" pie
  • 1 quart= about 1/2 to 3/4 mashed berries
  • Surejell needs 5 cups mashed berries to yield 8 cups jam

U-pick Strawberries

We are offering pick your own
Please always call 
before coming out 
because conditions can change!
Our days and hours can
vary call us for updates.

-Prepicked strawberries in quarts at the farm:
 $5.50 or $32 a flat (6 quarts)
(higher price at farmers markets) 

- U-pick your own strawberries $2.75 a pound

Upick Information:

  • We welcome families to come and pick, however for the safety of the children they MUST be supervised (We recommend one parent for every two children)

  • It gets hot and buggy! We recommend you bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and bug spray

  • Due to the width of the rows, we do not allow any strollers into the fields

  • We love Fido as much as you, but due to food safety we do not allow any pets into our fields

  • Help us keep the fields healthy by picking cleanly in our rows! As a fun tip, the smaller/medium-sized berries actually have more flavor than the larger ones

"Berry Best" Strawberry Tips
  • We sell prepicked berries in a quart or a flat (6 quarts)

  • The optimal shelf life of a strawberry is about 3 days 

  • Strawberries must be kept in the refrigerator for optimal shelf life 

  • Strawberries will mold or melt if left in a hot car or on a counter-top

  • Rinse berries only before using, doing it too early can lessen the shelf life

  • Keep hulls on until ready to use, they last longer!

  • Spread on cookie sheet and freeze 1 hour then move into freezer bags for individually frozen berries (best for 1 year)

  • To save yourself time, freeze the berries the way you plan to use them (Whole, sliced, jam, mashed, etc...)

  • If you use frozen berries in a recipe that were sweetened with sugar during freezing reduce the sugar amount in recipe by 1/2 cup for every pint(2 quarts)