Strawberries in bloom

Strawberry Picking is Coming Early This Year!
Wednesday, March 29th is Opening Day at Moon Farms Country Market!

What a beautiful day it will be to come pick sweet, red, ripe STRAWBERRIES ready for you to pick or call ahead to be picked for you! We can’t wait for you to come out and visit us at the market this year for some farm fresh strawberries and homemade strawberry ice cream! Also, if your school or group would like to come enjoy some time on the farm, just call or e-mail ahead and schedule your trip with us.

It is time now to make your 2017 springtime memories at Moon Farms Country Market!

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At Moon Farms Country Market, we strive to provide you with the sweetest, juiciest, and finest strawberries in the Athens area. Yearly, we plant over 25,000 plants consisting of two different varieties of strawberries on our farm, Camarosa and Chandler. Both of these varieties are well known for their large and flavorful fruit. We plant our strawberries on raised plastic beds to provide you with the cleanest, easiest to pick, and highest quality berry you can get anywhere. You may pick-your-own fresh from the farm, or we will pick them for you. Feel free to call ahead and check on strawberry availability or place a pre-pick order.

No pets please.

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Strawberry Season Hours of Operation:
(depending on weather and berry availability)

Monday - Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Sunday
2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Strawberry Prices:

You-pick gallon bucket $12

Pre-picked: $14 gallon bucket

We take cash or checks only!

We provide you with a bucket to put all the strawberries. If you choose to keep the bucket it will be an additional $1.00. However, feel free to bring your own containers from home. You may always bring your Moon Farms Country Market bucket back with you when you return!

 

Things to Remember While Picking:

Strawberry Care:

Your berries will last at least 5-7 days by just following these simple steps:

Freezing Guidelines:

Strawberry Recipes:

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