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Call the Crop Report for the Farm and Winery Updates and for Picking Locations

Last Week of Strawberries! Today's Picking Farm

Picking location and details

Call the Crop Report at 203-929-8425 to hear the latest conditions from our farmers.  Here are the highlights of the current picking conditions, hints, and reminders:

2020, JULY 2 THU 8-5:30
Valley Farm
FINAL WEEK OF STRAWBERRIES


SENIOR ADULT RESERVATIONS AND WALK INS

8-8:30 Valley Farm


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Good day! Farmer Jones here in the Strawberry Fields!

  • There's still a tremendous amount of fruit out there. at this stage of the season it's very sweet, but also a little fragile. It's the best time of year for those who like to jam or put away strawberries in the freezer to come out. and can take a little bit more time to fill your containers as you sort through the fruit. 

  • NEW DISCOUNTED PRICES Remember a Jones box is now a lower price of $33; it is a great deal if you wish to pick a volume of strawberries of 8-10 plus pounds! For families, the cost of 4 baskets is now only $34, and has the same volume pricing as the box.  For almost the same amount of money, you can harvest 8 to 10 plus pounds, and have more picking containers for the members of your family to share.

    • Minimum: for those over 10 years old, 1 basket each

    • Those under 10 must have their own basket or share with 1 other person. 

  • Check the weather forecast.  We provide refunds if we close due to extreme weather such as thunderstorms, but we stay open in light rain. 

  • Make your reservations before you come.

  • Enjoy social distancing picking in the great outdoors. Many important updates this year, including but not limited to group sizes, picking amounts, recommendations regarding children, and not having Berry Ferries at this time.

 

Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912