ALL BERRIES HAVE BEEN SOLD. THANK YOU. Limited Supply of Fresh Blueberries for Sale

We do have 15 pounds of pre-picked fresh blueberries for sale “first come first served”. They are $5 per pound. We can break it up into minimum of pound increments. Please give us a call if you would like any of these. They can be picked up here at the farm upon appointment or we will deliver into Kirksville.

Wanted to share a recipe from a dear customer.

Blueberry Pound Cake

1/2 cup butter, rooom temp

3 eggs, room temp

3-1/2 cups all-purpose flour

2 tsp. baking powder

1/4 tsp. salt

2 cups sugar

4 cups fresh blueberries

1 cup milk

Grease a 10″ tube pan.  In a large bowl sift together flour, bp, and salt; set aside. In a large mixing bowl beat the butter and sugar on medium speed until well combined.  Beat in eggs.

Stir blueberries into reserved flour mixture.  Then fold the blueberry/flour mixture into the butter  mixture.  Stir in milk just until combined.  Spread batter into the prepared pan.  Bake at 325 degrees F for 60-90 minutes, until a wooden skewer inserted near center comes out clean.  Cool on a wire rack 15 minutes.  Remove from pan and cool completely on wire rack.


Closed for the Season

Closed for the Season.
The Robins have won. They brought in reinforcements. It is the mid-season variety, Bluecrop that they are munching on. I’m thankful that most of my replants are of the early variety so we will have more and more each year that are bearing before the young Robins fledge.
I’m sorry if you waited to get your berries later and then didn’t get any. Believe me I’m very disappointed too but I’ve learned to leave it in God’s hands and not get too worked up about it. I’m just very thankful for the fact that we didn’t have too many berries getting too ripe and not enough people to pick them. The response was overwhelming this year. We had many, many first time pickers come this year from all over the region. We kept track and here are some of the places we logged: Taylor, Centralia, Columbia, St. Louis, Kansas City, Princeton, Farmingtion IA, NE Iowa, Philadelphia, Quincy IL, Lake Ozark, Unionville, Brookfield, Memphis, Edina, Brashear, Moberly, Macon, Kahoka, Bloomfield IA, Knox City, Novelty, & Greentop. Also, there were several from other states and countries. Nebraska, South Dakota, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Madison WI, and the countries of Japan, China, Ukraine.
We also had many new customers from Kirksville who had never heard about us.
So the word is getting out, thanks to all of you who “shared” us or “liked” us on Facebook and who told your friends, relatives, and neighbors about us.
As always, my wife & I were in wonderment as to how wonderful our clientele is.
I will be posting a video here soon.

The Prices


Sorry, but we are going to be closed Tuesday, July 5 also.

Closed Monday Due to Robins – Open Tuesday?

Well, It looks like right now the young Robins are winning. We have hundreds of them this year. They are picking the ripe berries as they come on and we can’t accumulate enough berries. right now to open tomorrow. Hopefully, Tuesday we will have enough to open but stay tuned.


Blueberry Bob



Closed today.

We will be closed tomorrow, Saturday, July 2.

Sorry but due to 2 factors we will be closed tomorrow.   1.  Pretty sure thing forcasted for storms with heavy rain after 7am tomorrow morninng.

2.  We are pretty much picked out of ripe berries.  A couple of days ripening will hopefully help a lot.  Hopefully the ripening will out do the Robin’s appetite.

Blueberry Bob

Pick today – Tomorrow may be stormy

The forecasters are saying lots of rain the next couple of days which may affect whether we open tomorrow.  So If you want berries, come today.  It’s a beautiful day on the farm.

Blueberry Bob

Time to pick some Blueberries! Open today, Friday, 8am-8pm.