Our HAY, Raspberries , Blueberries & veggies
are at Spillers' Farm Store
U PICK Sunday 8 - 11 am
Blueberries are excellent picking
have beautiful and delicious large berries
No entry into berry patches after 10:15
It takes time to walk to and from the berry patch,
to pick them and to pay by or before 11
We have plenty of veggies
Open almost everyday
Only 3 hours to insure very good picking.
Blueberries We have a unique trail thru the woods,
along the electric fence (you might see our cows),
past our neglected rhubarb and over the little bridge
to the blueberries. $2.49 # We hope you enjoy your walk.
Raspberries We have 3 patches of raspberries
2 U PICK patches are alternated to insure good picking
and are a short walk past many veggies. $4.49 #
Our wholesale raspberries are beside Spiller Farm Lane
Berry picking is always best at the beginning hour.
Veggies available now
are quicker to walk to and to pick
than the berries 8 - 11 am
beans, summer squash, zucchini, kale, chard,
lettuce, eggplant, peppers,
broccoli, cauliflower and more later
Bring your knife and pruning shears. We have
signs telling you how to pick different veggies
and signs telling you what not to pick yet.
Check out is by or before 11
for berries and veggies.
Thank you for being considerate.
Drive 500' down Spiller Farm Lane
past the porta potty and farm equipment on the left
PARK after the red park sign on the right on grass
almost touching the ribboned wire so we can have
another line of vehicles down the middle.
Please walk through the front yard
(not into area in front of the barn)
than to our sales/info area 1st
OPEN almost everyday
July and August only 3 hours
all depending on the weather and picking conditions
The few days we are closed for ripening, "catch up"
or the weather will not always be planned
Please always check the day you are coming after 7 am
We accept CASH
Please leave your pets home
OR in your vehicle. Thank you
for being considerate of others
Our cows, bull and 6 calves will be pastured
behind Spillers' Farm Store this week
and are in their 1st patch of corn. Park at
the store parking lot then walk to the fence.
Never go into 'their' pasture.
Their fence is electric hoping to prevent
them from an unplanned excursion !!
Sunny smiles from our farm to you
Anna and Bill Spiller