U-Pick
U-Pick Hours:
Watch our website, Facebook page and Instagram for updates, weather cancellations and 'picked out' notifications. We expect to have ripe berries and open the fields in mid June 2019.

U-Pick Price:
2019 Pricing.  We sell by the Pound.  U-Pick will be $4.30 per pound

How to prepare for a great time on your visit to Hummingbird Berry Farm for U-Pick:

1)   Wear sturdy closed toed shoes (such as an athletic shoe or boot).  The fields and rows, though mowed, are farm fields.
2)  Wear sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat.
 
3)  Bring water to hydrate.
 
4)  Please leave your pets at home. Although we love pets and have a resident German Shepherd, for food safety, and other visitors' safety, pets can't visit the farm during berry picking season.  We will be happy to accommodate your needs if you have a service animal.  Please contact us in advance so we may make arrangements with you for your visit.

5)  Plan ahead to care for your berries.  A cooler with ice is advisable to transport the berries home unless you live very close by. 

Please remember these guidelines for your safety and the safety of others while visiting the farm:

1)  All children under 16 must be supervised closely and remain with the adults in their parties--no exceptions.
 
2)  We will ask you to check in and out when you visit the farm and to participate in an orientation before picking.

3)  You will be on a farm and in an environment where there are insects which love the berries as much as people do.  Individuals with severe sting allergies should be aware of the environment.  

4) Glass containers are not allowed in the fields due to safety concerns.

5)  For our customers' safety, pets are not allowed in the fields or parking lots.  If you have a service animal and want to come to the farm, please contact us in advance so we may work with you to accommodate your needs.

6)  Hand washing stations are provided and we require all customers to utilize them. 

7)  No smoking is allowed. 

8)  Rows to be picked are marked with flags at the end of the row.  Please remain in the rows that are marked and do not pick from rows that are not marked.   

9)  If you see a berry on the ground or drop one, please leave it for our clean-up crew to retrieve. This is for your food safety and we will give to our chickens and cattle. The farm animals also love berry season!