No restrooms at the farm. Arby's is a half mile north on Rt. 7.
The blueberry, red raspberry and black raspberry fields are on level ground with sodded walkways, there is a slope to the blackberry rows.
I'm a conventional farm, I use commercial fertilizer and sprays along with organics. When I first started farming I planned to be non-certified organic but a couple years into it I came to the realization that I couldn't produce quality fruit organically so it was either quit farming or buy a sprayer.
We accept, cash, check or Zelle.
Zelle is a online payment system that is part of most banks mobile banking app.
You use it from inside your banking app.
I provide containers and bags at no additional cost at the farm, so please don't bring used pulp containers to the farm. Use new pulp containers every time.
If you pick fruit that is still wet from the morning dew you must consume or process it that day otherwise it will go moldy on you.
When picking raspberries and blackberries, pick directly into the green quart container and LEAVE them in the container. I have bags at the farm to place the container in for safe transport home. DON'T DON'T DON'T dump the berries out of the green container it will make a squished mess of them.
The less you walk the faster you will fill your container. Once you decide on a place to pick it's better and much faster to look high/low and inside the bush right in front of you before working your way down the row then to just "graze" the berries at eye level.
Don't grab raspberry canes to move them, it's better to use the back of your hand to push on the leaves to move the canes a little to get that perfect berry hiding inside the canopy.