2019 will be our third year harvesting Blueberries. We have 4 acres of delicous U-Pick Blueberries waiting for you! June is Blueberry season.
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2019 U-Pick Pricing will be posted closer to season opening.
A field access pass is required to enter our picking areas.
This pass will allow you to enjoy tractor pulled wagon rides to our picking fields, use of our children’s play area and the chance to sit in our shaded area and relax while enjoying the farm fresh air in our 1800s homestead area. For more information please visit our Admission & Hours page.
During the Blueberry Season we have pre-picked Blueberries and other homegrown produce for sale. Check out our available market items on our Farm Market page.
When harvesting Blueberries, select plump, full berries with a blue color. A berry with a hint of red is not fully ripened. Blueberries don’t actually reach their full flavor until a few days after they turn blue, so a tip to know which ones are the best is to tickle the bunches lightly – only the true ripe ones will fall into your hand.
After they are picked, store blueberries unwashed for a few days in the refrigerator in layers of paper towels and covered in plastic wrap up to five days.
Blueberries also freeze very well and once defrosted, can be used identically to fresh berries in almost any way. Freeze Blueberries unwashed in single layers on cookie sheets, then move them to plastic bags or freezer containers, this keeps the berries from getting crushed. Because unwashed blueberries freeze individually, they can be easily poured from containers in desired amounts.
Remember both frozen and fresh berries should be rinsed and drained just before serving. Just before using, wash the berries in cold water.
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