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 in 2013! 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.
Last updated: May 28, 2015 Ph: 870-425-7028 Store Hours:
Mon. - Sat 10 a.m to 3 p.m.
Here at the Farm... New for the 2015 season -Tomatoes. We plan to offer u-pick and pre-picked tomatoes this year! And as always, you may call to place your name on our customer order list for asparagus, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. When harvest time arrives for each of the crops, we will contact you to schedule a pick-up time for your order. Please refer to the Annual Farm Calendar below for information on produce harvest dates and pricing.
--- The Country Store here at the farm is currently open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Store offers seasonal fresh produce, a nice selection of jams, jellies, butters, salsas, sauces, spices, local honey, pickles, chow chow, relish, dried gourds for crafting, and more. Click on the Country Store Items link for a listing of products.
--- Asparagus harvest will continue through early June. Available at the Store, or by order to fit your schedule.
--- Raspberries are starting to turn red. We will start filling orders soon and will post a u-pick schedule soon.
--- Blueberries are green and growing with a few berries starting to ripen. We just need a couple of weeks and some sunshine.
--- Blackberries are green and growing with a few berries starting to ripen. Should be able to start harvest by mid-June.
--- Garden Vegetables will be starting in June along with berries. Crops in the ground and growing are: sweet onions, new potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers, and sweet corn.
--- U-pick berries schedules will be posted here starting in June for those of you who would like to pick your own raspberries, blueberries and blackberries! New lower price on u-pick raspberries--$20 per gallon!
New in downtown Mountain Home... The Town and Country grocery store is now carrying our jams, butters, salsas, sauces, and pickles. Look for our "Mountain Home Berry Farm" display in the produce section.
General InformationPayment 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:
|Item||Harvest (year-over-year average dates)||2015 Prices at the Farm|
|Asparagus||starting early April, lasts through late May. Place order, pre-picked only.||$3.00 lb.|
(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: New lower price: $20 gal.|
$20 3lbs. (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. |
$21 gal. (8 pts.)
|starting mid-June, lasts through late July. U-pick or place order for pre-picked.||U-pick: $15 gal.|
$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: tba|
|Potatoes||starting June, lasts most of the summer. Several varieties.||$1.50 lb.|
|Craft Gourds||dried gourds for making crafts, many sizes and shapes. Available year round.||$1.00 - $5.00 ea.|
|Pumpkins & Fall Festival |
(Link to fall festival page)
|Late September through early November (Weekends)|
Fridays -- 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. |
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