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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

When should I come? 

We are open daily from 8:00am to 7:00pm. 


Where is the farm?
Harrietts Bluff Farm, 762 Pine Dr. Woodbine, GA 31569 (a GPS might not know where this is!)

Click HERE for directions.


What should I bring?

Cold drinks (plenty of water!)

Bug repellent

Sunscreen

Cool clothes

Comfortable shoes

Containers to transport your berries

Picnic lunch (if desired)


How much does it cost?
We sell you-pick berries for $2.79 per pound. There may be some 
pre picked fruit available. Call Gerard at (229) 392-1388 for availability.


How long does the season last?
There are usually berries to pick until mid-July, however the end date varies from year to year. Last year the season officially ended July 13.


How big is the farm?
We have approximately four acres of blueberry plants. There are 74 rows and about 5,000 plants (about 180 of which are blackberries).


Do the plants have thorns? 

The blueberries do not have thorns. For the most part, the blackberries do not have thorns either, with the exception of a few plants on rows 22 and 23 (all the blackberry plants on row 24 are thorn-free, perfect for children). However wild blackberries or other thorny weeds might be present in the field. Please keep an eye out for them, especially if you have children with you.


Are the berries organic?
Yes! Harrietts Bluff Farm is USDA organic certified by the Georgia Crop Improvement Association. 


Is it okay for children?
Absolutely! Children love the adventure of picking their own berries. Be sure your little farmers do not get lost in the field and that they know about possible fire ants!


Is the port-o-potty clean?
Yes. It is maintained regularly by Farmer Johns and even has a sink with a foot pump for washing hands. Please let us know if it needs service.


What if I have questions?
We have friendly workers that will be more than willing to answer any of your questions. Also feel free to talk to me, Gerard, personally.


What if the farm is open, but no one is there?
Feel free to help yourself. You will find baskets at the big red building, and there will be ribbons marking the rows where the ripe berries are. There will also be directions about how to weigh the berries. Just leave cash, check, or IOU with your name and phone number in the lock box. You may call me, Gerard, at (229) 392-1388 if you have questions.


What if it's raining? 

It's best to reschedule your trip for better weather, but the farm will remain open, except in cases of extreme weather. If you will be visiting the farm while it is raining, be sure to prepare accordingly with rain gear, but please keep safety in mind!

gwkrewer@gmail.com /  Phone  229-392-1388