Update/Status:   June 25, 2019
                                                                                   
Blueberries are looking great.  We had a little bit of winter damage, but we get some of that every year.  We are busy pruning out the old stuff, making way for new growth for next year. 

There will be lots of blueberries to pick.  We are estimating an opening of around July 10, about a week behind.  This may or may not change depending on heat etc. in the next week or so.  Please check back here for more information as we get closer. 

We will send out the reminder cards/coupons about a week before.  So make sure you bring back your cards for your discount. 

Great News!  Blueberries are now American Heart Association certified. 
heart healthy
Raspberries are looking great as well.
 Bumper crop of them this year.  They should be ready about the same time as blueberries. 


We will be at the Princeton Farmers' Market Saturdays from 8:30 - noon and
the Isanti Farmers Market on Fridays from 2 - 6 p.m.
We will be selling fresh fruit syrups, and
blueberry and blueberry/raspberry jam. This is just until the fruit crop comes in. Stop by and see us.

      
                                                                      

                                                                                        
                                                               
                            
                                                             
 *****Information about the farm*****
 We have been growing blueberries, apples and raspberries for 32 years.  See our story on the (History link)  We have been selling our fruit off the farm and at the local farmers market for 31 years.  If you don't have a chance to get to the farm, we have our fruit at the Princeton Farmers Market on Saturday, and Isanti Farmers Market on Friday (starting on June 1st).

Bees/natural pollinator information:  We were part of a University of Minnesota Natural Pollinator
study in 2015 and it turns out that our farm has one of the largest natural bee/pollinator populations.

 

  
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