What is ready at the farm? Blueberries and Raspberries!
At this point, it is still possible to do raspberry and blueberry picking. We should have blueberries until the end of August, and we should have enough raspberries to last this week-end, July 26th and 27th. We are open for picking from 10h to 4h every day, but we suggest you come in early as the fields will be open until supplies last. Tractor rides are available on weekends and they leave on the hour.
Our sweet corn is finally ready! We have different varieties available all through our season, from all yellow, to all white, and bicolor. They all have different flavors and levels of sweetness, so come and visit us often to purchase the freshest corn you will have ever eaten. Please visit our corn page, for more information.
What's next at the farm!
It is finally the time of year where we would like to invite you to join us for our Annual Honey Harvest Day. Since the past two years were such a success, we have decided to extend this special event over two weekends this year; July 26th & 27th, and August 2nd & 3rd. Farmer Phil invites you to follow him for a one of a kind activity which includes a tractor ride to the beehives, explanation about our bees, their role, and their necessity on our farm. Then, you can watch how we extract the honey and get to sample some of the honey.
For this event there will be wagon rides leaving at 11:00, 1:00 and 3:00. The cost is 5$ per person for the general admission and 2.50$ per person participating in our Honey Harvest day. Please note that the duration of the event is about an hour and a half.