You can check back here or on our facebook page to see what's going on a Blue Barn Farm. We'll keep you up-to-date on what is available for sale and pick-your-own at the farm. We hope to see you soon!


The 2020 growing season is upon us! Blueberries will likely be ripe the very end of June and raspberries will follow shortly thereafter. We are hoping for a nice crop although we still have to wait and see the extent of damage caused by the late, deep freeze in May. The blueberries may develop spots on them as they ripen due to the freeze. This won't affect their taste, but it is a blemish.

Picking times are early in the day, 8am - 11am and late in the day 5pm-8pm. Picking days depend on the availability of berries which is greatly determined by the weather, so we ask that you call ahead (240-357-4087) or check our Facebook page.

In addition to pick your own berries, we grow the best sweet corn! Sweet corn is available beginning mid-July. Please call ahead for availability and freezing/canning corn orders.

We accept cash, check or card. We also accept Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) vouchers.

Blueberry baskets

COVID-19 has affected our picking procedures. Please follow these guidelines:

Park in the designated areas and walk to the field entrance. You will enter on one side of the gate and exit on the other. There will be signs to guide you.

Wear a mask when at the check-in/out tent and interacting with staff and other customers. You do not have to wear them in the field while picking.

Wash your hands before picking! There will be a wash station available at the entrance to the field.

BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS. Your containers will be weighed upon entering the field. You will pick into your own containers and you will pay for your berries by the pound.

Pick in the row and color coded area that you are assigned. We ask that family groups pick together. Upon exiting the field, follow the signs which will direct you around the outer edge where you will not be passing people on their way into the field.

We appreciate your cooperation and your understanding as we navigate the changes that COVID-19 has forced us to make. We are doing our best to provide an enjoyable picking experience and keep you safe. Thank you.

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7 days ago

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We have another bushel of tomatoes available. Message or call if you’d like them. $16 a half bushel. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Update: Sold
We’re still getting nice tomatoes out of our high tunnel. I have two half bushels that would make some delicious sauce! Message me if you’d like them. $16 half bushel
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4 weeks ago

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Today is the last day that our farm market will be open for the 2020 season. We have nice head lettuces and tomatoes plus potatoes, peppers, cucumbers, parsley and cilantro. We also have red raspberries and a few strawberries!
Thank you for patronizing us in 2020 and we hope to see you in 2021!
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4 weeks ago

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Come this week and stock up! This will be the last week of the 2020 season that our on-farm market will be open daily. Frosts two nights in a row put an end to our zucchini, eggplant, green beans, basil, field cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes. We have the last of these fresh products in our market! We still have lots of nice tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers from our high tunnel plus we have red raspberries, a few everbearing strawberries, head and leaf lettuce, potatoes, butternut and spaghetti squashes, cabbage and pumpkins!
We hope that you can stop by this week and get the last of the season’s fresh veggies!
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1 month ago

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A lot of nice produce, berries and fresh eggs in our farm market today! See the pics plus head lettuces, cabbage, kale, Swiss chard, beets and carrots!
Open 9-6 today and every Monday- Saturday.
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Mission Statement…

Our mission at Blue Barn Farm is to produce high quality berries and produce at reasonable prices for our local community. Customers may experience the farm in Pick–Your-Own berries and vegetables and On-Farm Sales. We focus on the sustainability of both our soils and the economic viability of our farming operation. It is important for us to gain the respect of our community by being an honest, transparent business and one willing to give back to the community.

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615 Flowing Spring Road

Williamsburg PA 16693