IMG_0172
IMG_0172

IMG_0003
IMG_0003

Winter on the Blueberry Farm
Winter on the Blueberry Farm

IMG_0172
IMG_0172

1/10
27-7-17-4754.jpg
2021 Hours
We are busy pruning blueberries and applying mulch. Looking forward to our 2021 season. Stay safe and healthy! 
Interested in buying yarn or a sheepskin? Check our our Wool Products page and email us: contactus@owlsheadfarm.com
LIVE MUSIC NIGHTS

We are having our music nights this coming season and very much looking forward to them! 
Check our Music Night page for information on dates and bands. 
CONDITIONS

 

Our 2021 blueberry crop looks like it will be a great crop and we have an opening date tentatively set for the second weekend in July. Our season typically lasts through most of August.  
We are all done with our curbside pick-up for picked flats of blueberries. Thanks for all who ordered some! 
2020 Pick Your Own Guidelines  
  • Please wear a mask while checking in and out at the check-out stand. In the field masks are recommended. 
  • Upon arrival, check in at the stand and wash or disinfect your hands with sanitizer. 
  • We continue to charge for blueberries by the quart at $6/quart and our PYO trays are $1. You are welcome to bring your own quart containers and trays.
  • Follow directions to the field and your assigned row. Please practice social distancing with a minimum of 6 feet between yourself and those outside your picking group. Pick blueberries only in your assigned row. 
  • This is a hard one: please refrain from eating in our picking fields. This includes blueberries you are picking and not bringing in any outside food to snack on. We also cannot allow picnicking at the farm this year.  Of course feel free to fill your mouths with blueberry goodness on the car ride home! 
  • After picking, check out at the stand with masks on. We accept cash (preferably exact), checks, or credit cards. 
  • We do have a port-a-let available if needed, please disinfect or wash hands after using and before re-entering the pick your own fields.
  • *As always per state regulations, please remember that your furry friends are not allowed at the farm.