We are now closed for the season. So many people came out yesterday and helped us to glean the fields for the season that there is nothing left to pick. Thank you to so many people who came to pick this year. We are very thankful that we had a successful season in spite of an incredible amount of rain. We are grateful that God protected us from potentially devastating hail during this season also! We look forward to seeing you all next strawberry and asparagus seasons!
We will be open for people to pick berries today from 8 AM until 5 PM. We do not have any pre-picked berries today and our stands are closed for the season. There are still some nice berries in the field but you have to sort through some spoiled ones to get them and of course they are smaller than they were earlier in the season. We Have decided that today will be the last day for our season this year. Thanks for all your patronage we will look forward to seeing you next year for strawberries.
Don’t forget that we are closed on Saturdays. We will open tomorrow for what will likely be the last day of the season
We will be open for picking all day today until 6 PM. Don’t forget we are closed on Saturday. We will have pre-picked berries on the farm and at our Kasson Stand today. We still have one large section of the field that has really nice berries yet but you will have to sort through a few spoiled ones to get them. When that section of the field is picked out we will likely close for the season. We think that means we will be open all day today and likely on Sunday. The washed out roads are all repaired so you can get to us from any direction now.
Today we will be open for people to pick berries from 8 AM to 7 PM. What a great day to make some family memories picking strawberries on the farm together. There are still lots of nice strawberries to pick. We will have pre-picked berries On the farm and at our kasson Stand today. We plan to be open also tomorrow and Sunday. We will keep you posted about next week, but there are still a lot of green strawberries ripening in the field. Barry and Marybeth