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Strawberry Picking at Mayberry Farms

People Love Mayberry Farms Because We Provide High Quality Products That Are Value Priced, Conveniently Local And Fun!

Our first season at Mayberry Farms always begins with strawberries. Grocers often use marketing terms like “fresh” to hide the process behind store-bought strawberries. Berries that are picked pre-ripe to provide the best opportunity for minimal damage during the wholesale process. While in transportation, they are artificially ripened with ethylene gas and then transported up to 1,400 miles to arrive in our stores. These strawberries lack the nutritional value and eating experience as you will find at Mayberry Farms.

On our farm we use sustainable farming practices to grow high quality strawberries that are picked by hand at the peak of freshness.  

Picking Local Is Easy.

Making the right food choices can be overwhelming and confusing. We understand the challenge that comes with every trip to the grocery store. You must balance the needs of the household to find; something healthy, affordable, fresh, local, sustainable and something your family is going to actually want to eat.

Let us help you. Strawberries hold more value than you may think. Learning to eat seasonally and then using a few quick-storage techniques, we can help you conquer your food challenge and create memories to last a lifetime. It starts with a trip to Mayberry Farms.

Fresh is not just local. It is unique. Our berry varieties are native to our climate and pack a flavor that cannot be imported. Wisconsin-grown strawberries are red and juicy right to the core. Store-bought strawberries can travel 1,330 miles from Plant City, FL or 2,234 miles from Salinas, CA after harvesting early to meet the challenges of a long journey.

Our strawberries are picked at the peak of harvest and travel direct from our farm to your home, sometimes within minutes. Add our use sustainable farming practices and you have the perfect solution to your food challenge.

So lets tackle this challenge together. Pick local. Pick better. Pick Mayberry Farms.



Whether it's your first time picking strawberries or you've been visiting us for years, we value your business. At our farm we treat you like family 'cause that's the root our culture.


We work to keep our farm clean, our fields full of fresh wheat-straw, and our fields prim and proper. We also have several well maintained portable facilities and hand washing stations for your convenience. At our farm, our farmyard is an extension of our farmhouse and we want you to feel right at home.


There's nothing like fresh picked strawberries right from the field. We work hard to plant, till, hand-pull weeds and place fresh wheat straw each year to provide the best environment to grow some amazing strawberries. We use an aggressive integrated pest management system and participate in several sustainability initiatives. At our farm, high quality strawberries are the result of our promise to be sustainable.

Visit our pick'n updates page for product availability and when we are open for pick your own.

Pre-Pick'd Strawberries

  • Available in a 1 gallon bucket for $22 or 2+ pound clamshell for $8.
  • No pre-orders will be accepted at this time.
  • Inventory made available each day when our Farm Store at Mayberry opens. 
  • We've made a lot of changes to this product offering. We hope it will work best for you and your family. Thanks for "growing" with us as we give it a try!

You-Pick or Pick-Your-Own Strawberries 

  • Available for $15/gallon bucket or buy 2+ buckets and take $1 off each bucket.
  • Additional Discount - Bucket Buy Back Program: Bring your buckets back with you the next time you pick and we'll credit you $1 towards your next purchase. We will issue you new buckets and wash/sanitize your returned buckets. Buckets must be in good condition to be accepted.

New to Mayberry Farms? Give us a try! We are certain that if you pick local, pick better, you will be picking Mayberry Farms.