Pick Your Own
After careful review today of the quantity of berries left in the plantation we have decided to close for the season as of August 19th. We had hoped to stay open until Labor Day but the heavy picking over the last 2 weeks has ended our season for this year.
If you need berries try our friends at Sunnycrest Farm in Londonderry as they still have a late variety ripening.
their website is sunnycrestfarmnh.com
We thank all of our loyal customers for an exemplary season and hope to see you next year.
Open every day this season with weather permitting
Pick by the pound.
For current conditions:
We had a great pollination season for the blueberries. All the sunshine has really made the blueberries grow. We have a great crop this year!
Welcome to Durocher Farm!!!!!
You and your family can enjoy a beautiful New England day picking your own blueberries . It's great fun for all ages, much cheaper than other activities and our delicious, healthy berries are grown right in your own community.
We have a 3.5 acre blueberry farm which is generally open from early July to about Labor Day depending on our crop. Weather depending, the blueberry farm is open every single day from 7am until 2pm. To be sure you should call our Blueberry Hotline (found at the bottom of each web page) before coming to the farm.
Our 1.5 acre raspberry farm is now permanently closed and joins the other historical operations of Durocher Farm. Change is a constant in the farming business(and in life). Hopefully you will be able to patronize other local raspberry growers.
We also have our own honey available for sale at the PYO stand during the hours of operation. The honey we sell is made by the bees that pollinate our fields during the spring. Hopefully if the ripening season coincides we will add peaches from our farm in Chester NH.
We very much look forward to seeing you at the farm!!!! Please no animals in the plantation for health and safety reasons.
If it rains during the picking season please make sure to call the Blueberry Hotline (found at the bottom of each page), before coming to the farm because it is possible that we will be closed during steady rain.