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Mountain Home Berry Farm

693 County Road 57
Mountain Home, AR 72653


Welcome to Mountain Home Berry Farm, located in the beautiful Ozarks of Baxter County, Arkansas. We are a family owned and operated farm and were awarded Baxter County Farm Family of the year! Scroll down to the Daily Happenings section below for daily updates on crop offerings and picking schedules, and check the Annual Farm Calendar below for an overview of crops, approximate harvest schedules, and pricing

Delicious berries      Signs   

Daily Happenings

  Last updated:
May 25, 2017                                Ph: 870-425-7028                                        Farm Hours: ...
May hours: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Open on Memorial Day, Monday

*** Berry season is here***
Blueberries and Raspberries are now in season and are available at the Country Store every day. We are starting to fill orders for flats of pre-picked berries, but pick-your-own berries will begin on June 2. Blackberries have not yet begun. The Country Store is fully stocked with berries, jams, butters, salsas, pickles, relishes, sauces and spices. We also have local honey and crafts from local artists. You can stop by the Store or call to place an order for asparagus and for pre-picked berries. We will place you on our customer order list and contact you when we are able to schedule your order. Ph: 870-425-7028.

-- Country Store - May hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment.
-- Asparagus is in season. Stop by the Farm and pick some up or place an order.
-- Raspberries are in season and should  last thru early July. Now taking orders for pre-picked berries.
-- Blueberries are in season and should last thru early July. Now taking orders for pre-picked berries.
-- Blackberries will begin in early June and last thru mid July. Now taking orders for pre-picked berries.
Pick-your-own berries starts June 2, u-pick hours will be 6:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
-- Garden vegetables available June to August.

Crop schedule - See the Annual Farm Calander below.

General Information
Payment opions - we accept cash, checks, debit or credit cards (3% transaction fee applies when paying with a card.) Prices for fresh produce are as stated, no additional sales tax is required.
Place orders by calling 870-425-7028. No calls after 7:30 p.m., please.
No smoking and no pets on the farm please. We offer a safe and comfortable environment.
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***Area stores carrying some of our jams & butters, salsas, and sauces year round are:
Locations in ARStore Phone
Mountain HomeHarps Food  Store west-side870-508-0062
Mountain HomeHarps Food Store mid-town 870-425-6556
Mountain HomeTown & Country grocery store870-425-3759
MidwayGregg Farm Services870-481-5165
Bull ShoalsVisitors Center and State Park Campground870-445-3629

Annual Farm Calendar 

ItemHarvest  (year-over-year average dates)Current Prices at the Farm 
Asparagusstarting early April, lasts through late May.  Place order,  pre-picked only. $3.25 lb.
Red Raspberries
(Spring & Fall crop)
starting late May, lasts through early July. Fall Raspberries start early Sept., lasts usually through October.  U-pick or place order for pre-picked.   U-pick: $4.50 lb.
Pre-picked Flats:
 $20 5pt. flat or
 $30 gal. flat  
Blueberries starting late May, lasts through early to mid-July.  U-pick or place order for pre-picked.   U-pick: $15 gal.
Pre-picked Flat:
 $21.50 gal. flat
starting mid-June, lasts through late July.  U-pick or place order for pre-picked. U-pick: $15 gal.
Pre-picked Flat:
 $20 gal. flat
Sweet Onions starting in June, lasts through summer.   $1.00 lb.
Tomatoes (green or red)Summer crop and Fall crop. Slicing or canning tomatoes.  U-pick: $.79 lb.
Pre-picked:$1.29 lb.
Potatoesstarting June, lasts through summer.  $1.50 lb.
Craft Gourdsdried gourds for making crafts, many sizes and shapes. Available year round. $1.00 - $5.00 ea.
September through early November. Several varieties: butternut, buttercup, patty-pan, yellow summer and zucchini. 79lb. winter squash
 50 ea. summer sq.
Pumpkins & Fall Festival 
(Link to fall festival page)

Late September through early November  (Weekends)
-- 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays -- 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
Pumpkins of all sizes shapes & colors, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, ornamental gourds & squash, birdhouse gourds, hay bales, berries, fresh pressed apple cider, store items, and more.

Festival Tours: Target ages 2-12 (but fun for all ages.) Program includes: farm tour hayride, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, kids cornmaze, petting zoo, and Mulch Mountain.
*Weekdays are reserved for groups and an appointment time is required, i.e. schools, church groups, large families or birthday parties, scout troops, home-school groups, etc.*
Our weekday reserve time slots are 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. or after school . We do have some flexiblity with the time slots and we will try to accommodate your needs. Please call for additional information, 870-425-7028.
 $6.50 per person for Festival tours.

Country Store at the Farm

Features homemade jams, jellies & butters, apple cider (seasonal), local honey, salsas, spices, pickles and relishes, sauces, seasonal produce and more! Store hours vary with each season. In the off season please call ahead to place an order for store items, including frozen berries.

   kids & donkeys        Ripening Bluberries       Sweet Onions
Kids petting the animals                                    Ripening Blueberries                                             Sweet Onions

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