Blueberry Season is Different
Please read carefully
No public U-pick this season. No exceptions. This is because of the COVID-19 pandemic and
our prioritized commitment to both your and our family's safety.
However, beginning on July 20 there will be two ways to purchase pre-picked blueberries
from our farm:
1. Local produce markets T&J's in Herkimer, Juliano's in Schuyler, Richfield Springs Co-op
and MAWS in Newport will offer them.
2. Direct farm sales with us through the following reservation process **ONLY**
A. Quantity and cost: There is a 1-flat minimum (8 quarts), only complete flats will
be sold, the price is $44 per flat, and only exact change in the form of cash or check
will be accepted.
B. Ordering: Call 315-867-5735 and leave message. That phone # is a landline and
does not accept text messages. Provide your name, phone number, and the desired number of flats. We will call you back to schedule the pick-up day and time, and
inform you of the total cost.
Note - only certain to-be-determined hours will be available for pickup.
C. If sick do not come: If you or any of your vehicle's passengers are not feeling well
on the day of, or days leading up to, pickup then please do not come to our farm.
D. Upon arrival and transaction: Address is 1080 Steuben Hill RD in Herkimer. Upon arrival, drive to the marked pick-up location, and we will walk to your car. You and
any passengers must stay inside your vehicle at all times, and we expect you to
wear a mask. Tell us your name, confirm how many flats you ordered, and provide payment.
E. Berries put in your vehicle: We will be wearing a mask and disposable gloves, and
will bring your berries out and set them in your vehicle. Note: the cardboard
carriers are yours to keep - we do not want them back.
F. Conditions: We reserve the right to refuse service if we believe any of A–D are
not being honored, reserved berries of no-shows will not be held, and we cannot guarantee any reservation because pre-picked berries are not always available.
We thank you for your interest in our berries and we wish you and your family good health.
The Wereszczak Family