Equipment and supplies for sale. 920-210-2080
No more berries this year and I am retired so there will not be any next year.
Equipment and supplies for sale. 920-210-2080
E mail: Stan1252@yahoo.com for pictures if needed. phone 920-210-2080
(I will consider offers or keep reducing prices until sold out and or some to auction until sheds are cleared enough for my storage this fall/winter.).
Some items not priced or listed yet but will be added as time permits.
Trailers for running gears. 3 left. $100 each.
Display carts. 4′ x 8′ with 2-3ft. spoke wheels, canvas canopy and lights. Choice of 2. $250.00
Bedding remover (windrow turner adapted to work with one wheel and bracket made to fit on ATV.) $100.00
Farmrite field sprayer with 200 gal. tank and aprox. 26′ boom. $100.00
3 point, Wide swath, Cannon sprayer for insecticide/fungicide. Jatao 400. 105 gal. (400 liter) tank, 540 pto. Needs aprox. 50 hp tractor. $2,900.00
8 N Ford. converted to 12 volt. Used in fields this year. $1,900.
84 Hydro, international tractor. Diesel $5,900.00
Supplies from Glacier Valley.
# 724. 4 qt. of 6 # box. .35 cents each. aprox. 4,000.
# 434. 8 qt. stackable flat/case. 1.00 each. aprox. 2,000. (1/2 paint stick stapled in makes these a better stackable/shipping container). I re-used over and over with plastic quarts as a picking container and stacked in cooler 7 to 8 high. You loose some to dampness. morning dew and some on rain days.
# 410. Pulp qts. .07 each. 13 x 250 and 12 x 297 case.
# 944. qt, plastic mesh with round top edge used for ready picked to pick in and sort from. (used and re-used with # 434. 8 qt. case). Used ones disinfected and cleaned with beach at year end) .12 each new and .04 each used. aprox. 8,000.
# 100. 6 qt. tray carriers. 35 left @ 8.00
# 101. 8 qt. tray/case carriers. aprox. 25 @ 10.00
Irrigation: All hook and latch with lots of supplies. mostly 30′ lengths.
3″ various manufacture. $ .80 per ft. Alum. (add $10.00 for riser and good rainbird 30)
3″ PVC. $ 0.40 per ft.
4″ various. $1.00 per ft. (add $40.00 for valve and $40.00 for valve closer)
6″ Various. $2.00 per ft. (add $40.00 for valve and $40.00 for valve closer)
Pepsi cooler. 2 door 4 ft. wide. $350.00
Lots of irrigation supplies, end plugs, gaskets, tips and railbird 30 sprinkler heads.
Scales (one quantum with stickers and 2 berkel) $250.00, cash registers (one new in box and 2 used, $70. for all 3, coolers, display tables, flags, banners(some new 8′ x 3′), signs, hand held radios, row flags, strawberry hullers, rain ponchos, water pumps for pumping out underground irrigation lines, box staplers, picker tags and box slips for quantity and quality count and control of berry pickers.
Rainbird 30’s $7.00
Gaskets 3″. $1.00. 4″1.25. 6″ $2.
Chemicals at 1/2 price. Sealed containers:
Alias 4-F. for white grubs. 3 gal. @ $55.00 per gal.
Badge (Copper Fungicide). 2.5 gal. $45.00
Sonoma = Nova. for leaf disease. 1 # In 4 x 4 oz. packets. $25.00
Plans changing due to demand this year. Choose and cut by appointment only for Wed, Thurs, Friday, Dec. 9, 10 and 11 and choose and cut with help here on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12 and 13 for the last of the choose and cut for this year.
Christmas trees: Call Dan at 920-344-6368 for information and appointments for trees
There are very few trees the right size, available for choose and cut for this year so we have to have an end date. See below.
Choose and cut: Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12 and 13, for the last this year. For apointments for Choose and cut before Saturday, call Dan. 920-344-6368. There will still be cut trees in the front lot by Hwy. 151 and at the Exxon Gas Station on N. Spring St., in Beaver Dam until further notice.
Fresh cut trees at Kirschbaum’s lot (by hwy. 151front shed) and at the Exxon Gas Station on N. Spring St., In Beaver Dam, (by Pondarosa)
For information, call Dan at 920-344-6368
These lines will be disabled probably about the end of July. I will post a phone number for contact about Christmas trees.
We ask everyone to wear face masks or a bandana in the Hwy.151 store but probably not outside in the fields. We will be able to bring berries outside for those who do not want to enter the store but employees are not allowed to lean into your car to put the berries in. Employees may be wearing face masks and gloves in the store. Please avoid allowing children in the buildings (151 store or U-Pick shed) and try to allow for social distancing to protect everyone especially in enclosed spaces. Sheds are well vented but you never know what is good enough. If you feel sick or have any of the signs of Covid-19, please to not come here.
July 4, 2020 at 12 noon will end the strawberry season and my life as a strawberry grower. I will be selling the equipment so if anyone is interested in starting a strawberry farm I would be happy to talk to them. We need one in this area.
I would like to sincerely thank everyone for supporting this farm in the past and especially in this very trying year.
After the season I will put in information about the Christmas trees.
(Updated 6.02.20 at 6 am)
Thunderstorms will close us down for the duration of the storm and sometimes we have to let the access lanes dry out to get back in the fields so check for updates if there is a threat of rain. It may be raining here and not where you are or it may be the other way around.. If the fields are very wet, then we might need to wait a while for drying (to ensure safety), so it is always best to the update on this web site just prior to driving out. During the berry season, I update this site as much as possible and I can update it when I can not get on the phone to change the hot line message.
The last day of picking for this season is Saturday, July 4, 2020 at 12 Noon.