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08 Sep

It’s starting to look (a little) like fall!

Whew! It's been a while since my last post. I truly don't know where time goes. One minute we're picking strawberries and the next the kids are on the school bus and we find ourselves...

Thank you!

We want to say thank you for supporting us and making our 2014 strawberry and raspberry seasons a success! We LOVE our customers and can't wait to see you in September and October for our annual corn maze, pumpkins and squash! Our 2014 maze theme will be LEGO!!!!

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21 Jul


If you've been at the farm lately, you may have notice a few of these little guys sitting on the table for sale. Yes, it's true! In a few years you will be able to...

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12 Jul

We’ll miss you Greg and Meribeth!

Today is a bittersweet day on the farm. We are losing two people whom I have become accustomed to rely on and trust on a daily basis over the last several years of farm seasons....

July 9th, 2014

Our strawberries are just about at the end of their season. We have kept the pick-you-own fields open and will likely continue to do so until the end of the week. Raspberries are just starting to show signs of readiness. We will have our first pick on Thursday. The picking will be extremely light yet. We have green and yellow beans and sugar snap peas for picking today as well. DON'T FORGET TO WEAR YOUR BOOTS TODAY AS WE HAD QUITE A BIT OF RAIN...

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30 Jun

Strawberry Lemonade

This recipe from the frugal  looks particularly good on this sweltering evening so I thought I'd post the link before heading off to the kitchen to make a batch! Enjoy!


We have some regular shelling peas and a few sugar snap peas ready for picking today!

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29 Jun

Sunday Morning

We're busy this morning so there is a short wait for the wagon rides to the strawberry field.  We should still have berries for at least another week so if you're rushed for time please...

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28 Jun


One of the things that Farmer Ken was allowed to do each year growing up on the farm was to have his own little money making venture. He would grow potatoes, pick peas or sell...

Summer Holidays!

It's the first day of summer vacation for most school aged children! Take advantage of the gorgeous weather and make some family memories by bringing them to the farm for some good old fashioned fun! We WELCOME children in the fields! In our opinion, the nicest time of day to come is in the evenings. The weather is cooler and there no big crowds. If you're hungry for lunch or a snack while at the farm today, we will have a hotdog vendor on site...

Closed. We will re-open on Saturday at 10am-4pm.
We plan to be open every Saturday and Sunday in September and October from 10am-4pm. WE ARE OPEN DURING THE WEEK BY APPOINTMENT ONLY FOR SCHOOLS AND GROUPS. (However you are welcome to drop in and try your luck! Usually, someone is around!) See you soon!

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Farming is more than a job for us - it is our way of life. Our family strives to grow healthy fresh fruits and vegetables for your family.

Our farming practices try to find a balance between modern farming technologies and low-impact biological methods: ensuring that we take care of our natural environment for future generations.

Please enjoy the fruits of our labour!

Berry Info: 613-548-3378
Address: 3208 Hughes Road, Kingston
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