NOTICE TO OUR VALUED FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: 2014 BERRY SEASON UPDATE: The farm is open to pick your own blueberries and they are very high quality this year. We had a number of customers pick a large quantity of high quality berries this weekend so the bushes need to rest for a few days to allow more berries to ripen. The farm will be closed for pick-your-own customers until Thursday, July 17th. We will maintain our normal business hours as long as there are enough ripe berries ready-to-pick. Blackberries have just started to ripen, but they will be available only in limited quantities this season. We are currently booked for pre-picked berry orders. Check back via e-mail or phone to verify berry availability prior to making a trip to the farm. We look forward to seeing you this season.
"Blueberries on the Buffalo Farm" is a pick-your-own blueberry farm located about 10 miles north of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee near the Amish community. This is a small family farm situated on the banks of the scenic Buffalo River. Owners Dan and Debbie Eiser strive to provide a clean, safe, family-friendly environment including excellent picking conditions, farm ponds where customers may feed the fish, a customer picnic area and more than 1.5 miles of mowed walking paths. Products include fresh blueberries, blackberries, luffa squash sponges and fresh seasonal produce. You are encouraged to pick your own blueberries and blackberries, or they are available pre-picked with advanced notice.
Our farm is located in the Henryville Community just 0.8 of a mile north of the Turnpike Road (Hwy. 240) at 78 Cemetery Road (just look for the big, red barn and Pick-Your-Own Blueberry banner at the driveway entrance). Call or e-mail ahead for detailed directions.
Blueberries normally ripen between late June to early-August depending upon the particular growing season. Thornless blackberries are normally available through July into early August. We typically are open from 8 am to 6 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. We are closed on Wednesdays and Sundays. Please call or e-mail ahead to confirm that the farm will be open for picking, get updates on picking conditions and to verify berry availability prior to making a trip to the farm.
We provide picking buckets for use in the field. Plan to bring your own containers for transporting your berries back home. A cooler with ice or cold packs would be ideal to help keep your berries farm fresh.
Thanks for your interest in Blueberries on the Buffalo Farm and we hope you have a chance to visit us in 2014.
We grow high-quality berries without the use of pesticides or herbicides. We offer fresh blueberries, blackberries, luffa squash sponges and seasonal garden produce. We show you how to pick your own blueberries, or we can pre-pick them for you with advanced notice. Feed the fish in our farm ponds, hike along 1.5 miles of mowed walking paths, have a picnic and enjoy your visit to our farm. We also share tourist information, an agritourism directory and "inside tips" for touring Amish areas.
We are open to the public during the picking season from 8 am to 6 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, or at other times by appointment. We are normally closed on Wednesday and Sunday.
Each growing season is different, so it's best to call or e-mail ahead to verify picking times, conditions and berry availability. Blackberries are normally available beginning in July through early August. The blueberry picking season usually begins around the middle of June and can last until mid-August, depending upon the particular growing season.
My husband and I started driving all the way from Nashville to visit this farm several years ago. It's worth it as Dan and Debbie are the nicest people and really try to help visitors learn how to pick the biggest and tastiest berries.... [more]
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We visited in 2009 and took our 3 small children. They loved it! The blueberries were sweet. This is a well maintained, family-friendly farm. We would definitely go back if we are in that area again!