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Mountain Home Berry Farm

693 County Road 57
Mountain Home, AR 72653


Welcome to Mountain Home Berry Farm, located in the beautiful Ozarks of Baxter County, Arkansas. We are a family owned and operated farm and were awarded Baxter County Farm Family of the year! Scroll down to the Daily Happenings section below for daily updates on crop offerings and picking schedules, and check the Annual Farm Calendar below for an overview of crops, approximate harvest schedules and pricing

Delicious berries      Signs   

Daily Happenings

  Last updated:
May 9, 2016                         Ph: 870-425-7028                                         Store Hours: ...
                                                                                                                                  Mon. - Sat. 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Special announcement: we are excited to announce that you can now purchase our jams, salsas, pickles, chow chow and jalapeno honey mustard at the newly remodeled Harps Food Store in mid-town Mountain Home. You will find our display in the produce section.

Country Store -  We have fresh asparagus, red radishes, and a wide selection of jams, salsas, sauces, spices and local honey. We will be adding fresh produce throughout the season as it becomes available. Soon we will be offering spinach and lettuce.

Spring/Summer crops:
Asparagus - is going strong. Stop by the farm or call to place an order. Harvest should continue thru early June.
Sweet Onions - (yellow, white, and red) are in the ground and growing. Harvest will  begin in June.
New potates - are in the ground and growing. Harvest will begin in mid-June.
Raspberries - plants are blossoming and looking really good, harvest generally starts in late Ma or early June.
Blueberries - berries are starting to plump up, harvest begins between June 10 & 15 and lasts about 4 weeks.
Blackberries - berries are starting to pump up and looking great, harvest generally begins in mid-June.
Tomatoes - plants are in the ground and growing, no blossoms yet. Harvest should begin some time in June.
Miscellaneos items - to be announced as the garden grows.
U-pick Berries schedule - will begin in June.

General Information
Payment opions - we accept cash, checks, debit or credit cards (3% transaction fee applies when paying with a card.) Prices for fresh produce are as stated, no additional sales tax is required.
Place orders by calling 870-425-7028. No calls after 7:30 p.m., please.
No smoking and no pets on the farm please. We offer a safe and comfortable environment.
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***Area stores carrying some of our jams & butters, salsas, and sauces year round are:
Locations in ARStore Phone
Mountain HomeHarps Food  Store mid-town 870-425-6556
Mountain HomeTown & Country grocery store870-425-3759
MidwayGregg Farm Services870-481-5165
BatesvilleNorth Arkansas Farm Supply Co-op870-793-3852

Annual Farm Calendar 

ItemHarvest  (year-over-year average dates)2016 Prices at the Farm 
Asparagusstarting early April, lasts through late May.  Place order,  pre-picked only. $3.00 lb.
Red Raspberries
(Spring & Fall crop)
starting late May, lasts through early July. Fall Raspberries start early Sept., lasts usually through October.  U-pick or place order for pre-picked.   U-pick: $20 gal.
Pre-picked Flats:
 $20 (5 pts.)
 $30 gal. (8 pts.)  
Blueberries starting mid-June, lasts through early to mid-July.  U-pick or place order for pre-picked.   U-pick: $15 gal.
Pre-picked Flat:
 $22 gal. (8 pts.)
starting mid-June, lasts through late July.  U-pick or place order for pre-picked. U-pick: $15 gal.
Pre-picked Flat:
 $20 gal. (8 pts.)
Sweet Onions 
(white, yellow, red)
starting mid May as green onions, lasts through summer.  Pre-picked. $1.00 lb.
Tomatoes (green or red)starting June, lasts through summer. Several varieties  U-pick: $.79 lb.
Pre-picked:$1.19 lb.
Potatoesstarting June, lasts most of the summer. Several varieties.   $1.50 lb.
Craft Gourdsdried gourds for making crafts, many sizes and shapes. Available year round. $1.00 - $5.00 ea.
September through early November. Several varieties: butternut, buttercup, patty-pan, yellow summer and zucchini. $ .85 lb. winter
50 ea. summer
Pumpkins & Fall Festival 
(Link to fall festival page)

Late September through early November  (Weekends)
-- 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays -- 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
Pumpkins of all sizes shapes & colors, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, ornamental gourds & squash, birdhouse gourds, hay bales, berries, fresh pressed apple cider, store items, and more.

Festival Tours: Target ages 2-12 (but fun for all ages.) Program includes: farm tour hayride, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, kids cornmaze, petting zoo, and Mulch Mountain.
*Weekdays are reserved for groups and an appointment time is required, i.e. schools, church groups, large families or birthday parties, scout troops, home-school groups, etc.*
Our weekday reserve time slots are 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. or after school . We do have some flexiblity with the time slots and we will try to accommodate your needs. Please call for additional information, 870-425-7028.

Country Store at the Farm

features homemade jams, jellies & butters, apple cider (seasonal), local honey, salsas, spices, pickles, sauces, scented candles, seasonal produce and more! Store hours vary with each season. In the off season please call ahead to place an order for store items, including frozen berries.

   kids & donkeys        Ripening Bluberries       Sweet Onions
Kids petting the animals                                    Ripening Blueberries                                             Sweet Onions

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