Find a pick your own farm near you! This website provides local listings of pick your own (also called U-pick or PYO) farms in the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other countries. There are crop calendars for each local area to tell you what is available to pick throughout the year, local weather forecasts and really easy illustrated directions to show you how to make jam, jelly, salsa, pickles, spaghetti sauce, applesauce, apple butter and 150 other recipes with step-by-step directions to can, freeze, dry or preserve the harvest. I've added general pricing information, the highs and lows for each PYO crop on this page.
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Whether you call it pick-your-own, PYO or U-pick, it's easy to find one near you! There is a "Start here" button (at the top of the left of every page). You then select your local area (country, state/province) and then region/county or local metropolitan area. Just scroll down the page that appears, to see tree farms, lots or events listed by county. The search engine can be helpful, too. There are hundreds more pages of related resources, like how to store fruit and vegetables
You can also find a related fruit or vegetable festival (like a tomato festival, corn fest, blueberry festival, strawberry festival, an applefest or more) or even an Easter Egg hunt at farms and churches! If you are looking to save money in other ways, see ConsignmentSaleFinder.org to find a children's consignment sale near you. And finally, St. Patrick's Day is this week - find great Irish recipes, parades, history and folklore here.
(Other countries are further down this page)
These are local PYO farms of ALL types of fruit and vegetables.
[ Alabama ] [ Alaska ] [ Arkansas ] [ Arizona ] [ California ] [ Colorado ] [ Connecticut ] [ Delaware ] [ Florida ] [ Georgia ] [ Hawaii ] [ Idaho ] [ Illinois ] [ Indiana ] [ Iowa ] [ Kansas ] [ Kentucky ] [ Louisiana ] [ Maine ] [ Maryland ] [ Massachusetts ] [ Michigan ] [ Minnesota ] [ Mississippi ] [ Missouri ] [Montana] [Nebraska] [ Nevada ] [ New Hampshire ] [ New Jersey ] [ New Mexico ] [ New York ] [ North Carolina ] [ North Dakota ] [ Ohio ] [ Oklahoma ] [ Oregon ] [ Pennsylvania ] [ Rhode Island ] [ South Carolina ] [ South Dakota ] [ Tennessee ] [ Texas ] [ Utah ] [ Vermont ] [ Virginia ] [ Washington state ] [ West Virginia ] [ Wisconsin ] [ Wyoming ]
(Or to find a farm with a specific crop, see this page)
These pages list only farms in your local area with the Apples, Apricots, Asparagus, Blackberries, Blueberries, Cranberries, Cherries, Citrus, Eggs, Flowers, Peas, Plums, Raspberries, Rhubarb, Strawberries
[ Australia ] [Belgium
] [Brazil] [Canada ] [China] [Denmark] [France]
] [Greece] [India] [Ireland] [Italy] [Japan]
[Malta] [Malaysia] [Nederland / Holland / the
Netherlands] [ New Zealand ]
[Philippines ] [Portugal] [South Africa] [Spain] [Sweden]
[ United Kingdom ]
[ Adding a Farm outside of North America ] Looking for pick your own farms in other countries? Living in another country, such as France, Italy (Italia), Germany (Deutschland), Nederlands, or Sweden?
Help me compile a list for your country - just write me!
Want to find out when your favorite crop will be ready to harvest in your local area? Just go to this page for US states and click on your state, to see the crop calendar for your area! And below are crop harvest calendars we created for other countries, too.
United States - Canada - Argentina - Australia - Brazil - Chile - Colombia - France - Germany - Ireland - Italy - Japan - New Zealand - Philippines - South Africa - United Kingdom - Venezuela
If you are looking for a particular crop, see this page to find a list of just farms with that crop in your area.
Click on the links below for PYO strawberry farms in a given state.
[ Alabama ] [ Alaska ] [ Arkansas ] [ Arizona ] [ California ] [ Colorado ] [ Connecticut ] [ Delaware ] [ Florida ] [ Georgia ] [ Hawaii ] [ Idaho ] [ Illinois ] [ Indiana ] [ Iowa ] [ Kansas ] [ Kentucky ] [ Louisiana ] [ Maine ] [ Maryland ] [ Massachusetts ] [ Michigan ] [ Minnesota ] [ Mississippi ] [ Missouri ] [ Montana [ Nebraska [ Nevada ] [ New Hampshire ] [ New Jersey ] [ New Mexico ] [ New York ] [ North Carolina ] [ North Dakota ] [ Ohio ] [ Oklahoma ] [ Oregon ] [ Pennsylvania ] [ Rhode Island ] [ South Carolina ] [ South Dakota ] [ Tennessee ] [ Texas ] [ Utah ] [ Vermont ] [ Virginia ] [ Washington state ] [ West Virginia ] [ Wisconsin ] [ Wyoming ]
Click on the links below for PYO blueberry farms in a given state. Note, however, that not all states or areas have commercial U-Pick blueberry orchards. Hawaii, for example has none.
[ Alabama ] [ Alaska ] [ Arkansas ] [ California ] [ Connecticut ] [ Delaware ] [ Florida ] [ Georgia ] [ Idaho ] [ Illinois ] [ Indiana ] [ Iowa ] [ Kansas ] [ Kentucky ] [ Louisiana ] [ Maine ] [ Maryland ] [ Massachusetts ] [ Michigan ] [ Minnesota ] [ Mississippi ] [ Missouri ] [ Montana] [ New Hampshire ] [ New Jersey ] [ New York ] [ North Carolina ] [ Ohio ] [ Oklahoma ] [ Oregon ] [ Pennsylvania ] [ Rhode Island ] [ South Carolina ] [ South Dakota ] [ Tennessee ] [ Texas ] [ Vermont ] [ Virginia ] [ Washington ] [ West Virginia ] [ Wisconsin ]
Our listings come from a variety of sources: consumers writing in to recommend a farm, the farmer's themselves and state agriculture departments. We update and add listings every day. Of course, we're always looking for more to add, so we welcome your recommendations! Customers can recommend a farm here and farmers can add (or update/correct) their own farm's listing by clicking here! And journalists looking for information for a story about pick-your-own farms or home canning should see this media resources page for more information.
Want to start your own seedlings and save a fortune? See this page to learn how to save 95% off the cost of starting your own vegetable and flower plants.
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Preppers will find this page of home food preservation for preppers useful!
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Looking to smoke up some baby back ribs? I've been doing it for decades and have to a 10 step process that turns out perfect every single time. See this page How to Smoke Baby Back Ribs.
Or see this page to smoke a turkey!
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I also post crop updates, trends, tips and commentary via Twitter . Just go to http://twitter.com/home and if you haven't got an account, sign up (they're free), then search for Blakepyo. I tend to send out only one or two per week, so it shouldn't be too much!
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[General picking tips and a guide to each fruit and vegetable] [How much do I need to pick? (Yields - how much raw makes how much cooked or frozen)] [Selecting the right varieties to pick] [All about apple varieties - which to pick and why!] [Picking tips for Vegetables] [ Strawberry picking tips] [ Blueberries picking tips]
[ All About Home Canning, Freezing and Making Jams, Pickles, Sauces, etc. ] [FAQs - Answers to common questions and problems] [Recommended books about home canning, jam making, drying and preserving!] [Free canning publications to download and print]
has loads of information and links to resources that will be helpful to farmers.
For those who are considering starting a PYO farm, corn maze, pumpkin patch, Christmas tree farm or other agri-entertainment business, see this page: howtostartapyo.htm.
Farmers: If you'd like to advertise or have your own web page(s), click here!
Farmers - to add your farm, see this page for directions: /addmyfarm.htm
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