Pick-your-own strawberries are generally available for all of the strawberry season here on the farm, weather permitting. There is always a chance we will be picked out of berries and forced to close for ripening, especially during the first week when berries are ripening slowly. It's always best to call the Berry Hotline, (920) 887-7530, just prior to driving out or check the update on this web site.
We try to have plenty of ready-picked berries at the road side stand on Hwy. 151 (by the cell phone tower & fireworks stand). If we start to run low on ready-picked berries we will change the Berry Hotline message. Later in the day and on busy days the Berry Hotline message wil have more current info than this website. On days when we say there are plenty of berries we should not run out at any time.
Edith’s Cakes and Catering deliver amazing fresh pies made with Kirschbaum’s Strawberries and Rhubarb.
Which is your favorite?
- Strawberry Glaze
- Strawberry Glaze with Cream Cheese, or
We also have a variety of Edith’s bakery available at the farm for strawberry short cake.
Fresh Garden style sweet peas, shelled, washed, and in 5-pound bags. The pea season starts about a week after the start of the strawberry season. Peas come from Paul Miller Farms of Hancock, WI. When we have peas, it will be on the Berry Hotline, (920) 887-7530.
From Flyte Family Farm, Coloma, WI.
Honey from the Farm: This is your source for locally produced honey. We have bees on the farm for strawberry pollination and are helped out by Stone Valley Apiaries in maintaining the honeybee hives. The honey is bottled by Stone Valley Apiaries with their label.
From this farm. Sorry, none this year.
SYRUPS & Other Stuff:
Jellies, Jam and Syrups with the Kirschbaum’s Strawberry Acres, LLC label
Sorghum and Maple Syrup: From Rolling Meadows Sorghum Mills of Elkart Lake, WI.