Naylor’s Produce

Naylor’s Produce is located in Biglerville Pennsylvania.

Naylor’s Produce Established in 1975.

Harry A Naylor Jr. started working in the ag industry in 1975 as the farm manager at our current Clear Spring Road farm for the Sobota Family.

He then went out on his own and started a wholesale produce business, growing and delivering strawberries, apples, and peaches directly to stores from his own farm.

In later years, he returned to the Sobota farm, which he leased and built the current packing house.

Chad grew up helping on the farm and begin working full time with Harry in 2001.

At the time of his death, Harry and Chad were running several farms as well as the wholesale produce business.

In 2009, Harry’s son Chad, took over the family business after his untimely death.

At that time, Chad and his wife Erin purchased the first farm, the current Quaker Valley farm, where they live with their 2 children, Hannah and Chad Jr.

Carrying on Harry’s dream, Chad was able to purchase the Sobota property and has expanded the farm to over 100 acres, specializing in wholesale produce while adding pick your own strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and soon to come blueberries and sweet cherries.

Chad is fortunate enough to have the support of his family, who all help on the farm when they’re not busy with work, school and sports.

Naylor’s Produce Hours & Picking Season

No matter where you go to pick your fruits and vegetables, u-pick farms will all have different open times and seasonal times based on many different factors.

We list ‘Open Season’ below as a general guide to when you can find what Naylor’s Produce offers.

This seasonal open date can start in the middle or end of the month. Some u-pick farms are also only open for a short period of time. Depending on where in the country you are located, some produce may have very short seasons.

The actual business hours will vary based on the farm, where they are located and when their fruits and vegetables are ripe and ready for picking.

It is impossible to get a set standard on business hours or even an exact date of seasonal openings and closings.

For this reason, we try hard to be as accurate as possible with Naylor’s Produce u-pick seasons. It is up to you to check with the farm to make sure they are open and what their hours of operation are.

Weather is also a factor in both the seasonal openings/closings and business hours of a farm. Weather alone can affect when a crop will ripen or even if there will be a crop available this year.

Too much rain, not enough rain and not enough sun can also affect the timing of when Naylor’s Produce will have a crop ready for u-pick.

We have listed the contact information of Naylor’s Produce below to help you with finding their open times and what produce they are currently picking. Some farms only have one produce they are picking while others will have many different fruits and vegetables available throughout the year.

Even if the farm only offers one item to pick, they may have a farmers market or fruit stand where you can buy additional items or goodies to take home with you.

We found that most farms have at least one social media account where they will list their seasonal opening and closings, including pictures of their produce.

If you are ever in doubt, please call Naylor’s Produce before heading out to make sure they are open.

Thank You For Supporting Naylor’s Produce

One of our main purposes is to support farms from all over the United States. Growing up our family would always make it a point to find a local farm to support and pick fresh strawberries.

Now our children get to have the same experience and learn what it means to support farmers who provide not only our fruits but also vegetables. This becomes a learning experience for them and a tradition we hope that they continue to carry with them.

Besides, going to a local u-pick farm is not only fun but gets you out of the house and active!

When you support a local farm like Naylor’s Produce, you are supporting small businesses and the families that go with that farm. You are also promoting a healthier lifestyle and our mission for a sustainable food source.

Some of the larger u-pick farmers also support your local food banks. We would love to see a world where our smaller farmers are producing more of our fresh produce and can compete with bigger box stores.

If you have been to a local u-pick, you probably know the difference in quality of their fruits and vegetables compared to your local box store.

Again, thank you for supporting Naylor’s Produce and please reach out to them if you are interested in visiting their farm. Make sure they are open before you head out.

Naylor’s Produce Is Located In Biglerville PA

If you are looking for a farm in Biglerville, then Naylor’s Produce is the place to go! If you live in the area, check out this farm.

Our family enjoys exploring new farms even if they are a further drive away. This is how we have found some of our favorite farms and have made it a tradition to visit them at least once a year.

Some of our best memories are made enjoying these farms and we hope you get to experience the same!

Getting To Naylor’s Produce

Below you can find the contact information that we have for Naylor’s Produce. Every u-pick farm listed on our website will have an address and some form of contact information.

As we have mentioned earlier, please contact the farm or check out their social media to make sure they are open for the date and time you are looking to visit their farm.

If you have questions for the farm, you will need to contact them – otherwise if you have questions for U-Pick Farms USA, please send us a message.

We hope to see you at Naylor’s Produce in the near future!

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  • Blackberry
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry

Open Season: May, June, July, August.


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