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Pick your own at Bauer Berry Farm in Champlin, Minnesota. We are the people who proudly produce your food. We grow strawberries and blueberries for people who like to eat local and safe food. We are 30 minutes north/northwest of Minneapolis in the community of Champlin. We provide pick your own strawberries or blueberries fresh from the field.  Keep in mind that pick your own does not mean that you can eat all you want while picking.  “One or two are good to try, but after that you have to buy”.  Come join your neighbors for healthy food!
July 19th, 2019
The blueberry patch is in full swing now, after beginning the season on July 12th.  Our next picking day will be Saturday, July 20th, beginning at 8:00 AM and going until the patch is all picked or 11:00 AM.  That means that you should arrive in time to complete your picking by 11:00.  Sunday morning could be  a possibility, but we need to determine that after Saturday morning’s picking.  If there is rain in the forecast, just call to confirm or check for an update at this web page.   Come early and beat the heat.  Bring a hat and water to stay hydrated.  We should have two weeks or more for our blueberry season, but will announce picking days as we see how much of the patch gets picked each day.  Stay tuned, or call our hotline for the latest update:  763-421-4384

The pick your own price is $4.15 per pound, with payment by cash or check. (No credit/debit cards). We do have an age restriction in the blueberries and ask you to bring children 6 years or older.

 Always call before driving to the farm to verify hours especially later in the morning or if the weather is in question:  763-421-4384. 

 

STRAWBERRIES, July 8th, 2019

Sorry if you wanted to come one more time, but our strawberry season has come to an end.  There are a few berry farms in the area that are still open.  The closest is Berry Hill farm, north of Anoka,  so give them a call or look for their Facebook page for more information.  The did post that they will have morning and evening hours for the first part of this week.  You can locate more farms by searching www.minnesotagrown.com.  Strawberry season always goes later the further north you travel.

  If you want to have an email sent to your Inbox with current picking options,  just sign up to “Join Our Email List” on our home page.  Any other inquiries can be sent to our voicemail:  763-421-4384.  We also have a Facebook page, so check that one, too.  We are busy with farming and getting the crops ready, so we may not have time to answer any personal questions. 

SWEET CORN:     
As part of our downsizing plan to keep farming with less stress on our old bodies,  we have had to cut out our sweet corn crop.  It was a good run of 39 years, long enough to be respectable, and we appreciated your loyalty over all those years.

 

 
 

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