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We are a family owned and operated strawberry farm growing delicious strawberries for both pick-your-own and already picked. We've been growing berries for over four decades, utilizing the knowledge and labor of four generations to provide our community with fresh and delicous strawberries.

Opening Soon!

We can't wait to have another great season with you starting late June! Please follow our Facebook and Instagram accounts or call our berry hotline at 715-468-7635 for updates!

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Pre-picked Strawberries

Season/Hours

Mid June - Early July

Patch Sales
7:00AM - 10:00AM

Roadside Stand Sales
10:00AM(approx) - until sold out

$20/pail

Pick-your-own Strawberries

Season/Hours

Mid June - Early July

7:00AM - Noon

Always check our latest Facebook post before you leave for the farm. Weather and crowds can change the amount of berries we have very quickly.

$12/pail

Goat Milk Soap

Please call, email, or Facebook message to order.

$6/bar

Also available at local select fine retailers.

Directions

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Pre-picked Strawberries

$20 per 4-quart bucket

Don't have time to pick you own bucket? Come out to our patch anyway or let us bring the berries closer to you and pick them up at one of our roadside stands. When you arrive to the farm, follow the signs to the parking lot. Once parked, walk to the gate where an employee will assist you. Pre-picked buckets are picked on a daily basis, and are only for sale while supplies last. Our berries sell extremely fast so we recommend coming earlier into the day than later.

Always check latest facebook post for availability updates before coming to our farm or visiting a roadside stand.

Pick-your-own Strawberries

$12 per 4-quart bucket

Come out and pick your own strawberries with us here at our patch! Before coming to visit, check latest Facebook post for availability and location. Follow the signs to the parking lot and park your vehicle. From there walk to the gate and an employee will provide you with buckets and direct you to the field. The field will always have employees available to guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have. When you are finished picking, you will proceed back out through the gate to the checkout stand where an employee will meet you to pay for the buckets you have picked. Cash or check accepted.

Free Parking!

Please be ready to checkout by closing time.

Goat Milk Soap

$6 per bar

HANDCRAFTED in Shell Lake, WI

Ingredients: Goat milk, saponified olive, coconut, caster, and sweet almond oils, Shea & Cocoa butter, tallow, essential and fragrance oils and natural exfoliants.

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Tips/Recipes

Strawberry Picking Tips

Pick ripe berries only by selecting the firm and fully red berries as strawberries do not ripen after they are picked. Most varieties will reach their peak flavor when they are completely red. Look carefully for berries under the canopy and along both edges of the aisle.

To pick the ripe berries, pinch and twist the stem, leaving the cap or calyx on the berry which will help the berry stay fresh longer. Remove the caps just before you are ready to use them. Pick thoroughly through the bush, lifting the clusters of fruit by the stems to see the tips of the berries, making sure you are getting all the berries that are ripe.

How to Preserve Your Strawberries

After picking your strawberries get them out of the sun and into the refridgerator as soon as possible. Do not remove the hulls before washing and do not rinse the berries until you are ready to use them. Use the ripest berries first.

To freeze your strawberries; wash, hull, and slice the berries and place into a bowl. Sweeten with sugar, about 1 cup of sugar to 5 cups of strawberries, stir until sugar disolves and then put into freezer bags or containers and freeze immediately.

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