Picayune Blueberries

We started the farm in 1987 on one acre and fell in love with the berries.

We have 55 acres now with a few sheep, cattle and 13 acres of blueberries, thornless blackberries and now elderberries as well.

We were solely in the commercial blueberry market for 20 years, but now we are staying solely on the farm so people can come get some fresh berries directly from the fields or pick their own.

We have a good time swapping stories, showing kids where their food comes from, and teaching adults about growing berries and the grace of living the farm life.

Families and groups are welcome.

We will continue to practice social distancing, and we will remain outside in 2021except for use of the indoor bathroom. Masks will not be required this year.


  • Blueberry

Open Season: June, July.


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