July 17th, 2021

Our season for PYO raspberries, strawberries and pre-picked strawberries is over now, brought to an end by the rainy weather. After a great run in June, the month of July has been difficult. We will have strawberries again after several weeks or so as our everbearing berries come back in. Strawberries will be for sale at the farmers markets when they are ready, but it is hard for me to predict currently. On the positive side, our Christmas tree plantation is thriving with the wet weather and is putting on the best growth in serveral years. Christmas trees are important to us as a fruit farm because they are a good offset to the damage wet weather can cause to our strawberries. Thank you for all your business and support!

See you in the fields, Farmer Jon