We will be closed Wednesday and Thursday, July 15-16, to give our Blue Crop more time to ripen, so we can provide you with the best, sweetest berries. They are almost ready! Just need a few more days of sunshine.
Opening day for the Blue crop will be this Friday, July 17th!
July 11, 2020
Customers are still coming to pick. Some have even made the comment that we still have a lot of berries. If you don’t mind hunting for them, looking inside the bushes, on top, below, you will find them. If this kind of picking isn’t for you, that’s understandable, too. Come see us next week when we open the blue rows. We’ll let you know as we get closer.
Thanks to our amazing customers, we are already on our second picking of the Earliblue crop. A reminder as we go through this a second time, they won’t be as plentiful as they were the first few days when it was easy picking. Our team is walking the field and finding areas where there are still berries.
UPDATE: We’re receiving a lot of positive feedback from our customers today who are enjoying a slower-paced picking experience! There are still berries to be found, remember it takes longer this time around until the late blue crop is ready.
We will be staying open again tomorrow, Friday, 8 am – 8 pm and will update you toward the end of the day how on things are looking!
July 5, 2020
June 27, 2020
June 27, 2020
We are opening soon! As always, our top priority is keeping our employees and customers safe. During Covid-19, here are some of the steps we’ve taken:
We are following the Agricultural Covid-19 Requirements set in place – disinfecting high-touch surfaces and providing hand-washing stations, facial coverings will be worn by our employees where 6 feet of space can’t be maintained. We’ve installed signage upon your entrance to the field reminding you of social distancing, asking that you please not come into the field if you’re experiencing flu-like symptoms. There will be signage and ground markings for distancing when you check out.
We will have extra rows open to assist with 6-foot distancing. What we aren’t allowed to offer this year, unfortunately, is picnic tables to sit and enjoy time with family and friends. We aren’t able to offer rides for our customers to and from the back of the field, as we’re not able to maintain 6-foot distancing. We can give your berries a ride, however! 🙂 If you need assistance carrying those heavily-filled buckets up to the front, you can place them in our field vehicle (Ranger), and one of our team members will be happy to transport them up to the front to the checkout. We will be watching for this, be sure to let us know, as well!
This is all new to us. Please know we’re doing everything possible to make this season the best ever, under the circumstances. Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience as we navigate through this together.