What's Fresh This Week
What's Fresh This Week!
Raspberries are back. The patch is open for U-pick and we have picked berries in the barn.
Peppers – Sweet, Hot and Bell
Summer Squash and Zucchini
Cucumbers – Pickling and Slicing
We Pick also available
Fresh Green Beans
Yellow Wax Beans
Cantaloupe and Watermelon are here!!
Fresh Cut Flowers
Peaches and Nectarines
Onions – Walla Walla Sweets and Yellow
Kale – Curly, and Tuscan (dinosaur)
Red and Green Lettuce – Butterhead, Leaf, and Romaine – as available
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Order your farm fresh produce today. Your customers will taste the difference.
We love to hear how our customers use our fresh ingredients for their cooking adventures. Do you have a recipe to share? We will be drawing names in July from all the submissions for one person to receive a bag of groceries! Please understand we will be sharing the recipes to our Facebook wall as future posts. Please only post if you are ok with us sharing your recipe!
Bernards Farm is situated on an old 100 acre farmstead seven miles southwest of McMinnville Oregon, on Highway 18. Established in 1975, our farm was started by Michael and Chris Bernards selling sweet corn out of the back of a pick-up truck on the highway. The farm has since grown to encompass a small nursery and a full line of u-pick and we-pick produce available seasonally throughout the year.
We have started a regular blog post where we will be posting, weekly, what is fresh on the farm. We are open 7 days a week! Enjoy reviewing this week’s produce! If you have any questions please contact us.
What our customers say
“Istopped here last month and have stopped in every week since. Reminds me of a farm I worked on as a kid. Besides nostalgia, I can pick up my fruits and vegetables for the week at a fraction of the cost of a grocery store. Haven’t been disappointed with anything yet. It males me feel good to know I am supporting a hard-working farming family too. Wonderful, magical, fresh place to stop if you get the chance!” August 2016Jennifer W.
“Best hazelnuts in the world!”John W.
Come visit us! We would love to meet you! You will love what you see!