Latest Updates

We are now closed for regular sales hours until spring. Thanks for a successful year!

We do still have some squash and windfall apples, and we sell honey all winter long. Just contact us to arrange pickup.

Sales Hours

Monday - SundayClosed

U-Pick [Done for 2023]

Monday - SundayClosed

*Hours are weather and supply dependent. May close early if sold/picked out.
Everyone must be finished picking by the U-Pick closing time

  • 2 days ago by

    Did anyone else try freezing our delicious corn on the cob whole? I tried it for the first time after a customer encouraged me to do it. It was delicious πŸ˜‹
    2 days ago Helen Nairn 1
    We did it first time this year! It is awesome to have mid winter !!
    2 days ago Millar Berry Farms
    Helen Nairn so you enjoyed it? Did you microwave the cobs?
    2 days ago Helen Nairn 1
    No we put them frozen into boiling water for about 10 minutes. We had a summer picnic with family at Christmas!
    2 days ago Monica Pennings
    I have some.in the freezer but haven't tried it yet.
    2 days ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Monica Pennings give us your opinion when you do try it!
    2 days ago Bill Ravensberg
    Looks good! My grandmother used to freeze corn on the cob and we'd have it with the big family Christmas. Always a treat way back in the day.
    2 days ago Sheila M Stevenson 2
    Will have to try this summer
    2 days ago Brittany Yolkowskie-Brown 5
    It's even better when you Blanche it and shave it off the cob into a freezer bag than freeze it!
    2 days ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Brittany Yolkowskie-Brown that's what I've always done! Just wanted to try this...it was delicious but missing the Crunch!!
    2 days ago Mandy Shipley
    How did you cook it? From frozen? Remove husk?
    2 days ago Millar Berry Farms
    Mandy Shipley you can microwave it in the husk for about 3 minutes or husk it and put in boiling water. Timing is everything.
    2 days ago Alisha Stout 1
    I'm going to have to try this out, never thought of freezing the cobs of corn
    2 days ago Betty Joynt Rutledge
    Do you take off husk then wrap it.
    2 days ago Sylvia Millar
    Betty Joynt Rutledge leave it in the husk to freeze, but cut off the ends .
    2 days ago Betty Joynt Rutledge
    Sylvia Millar thanks
    2 days ago Christine Eggett 1
    Oh I will have to try this. I strip it off the cob & freeze uncooked
    2 days ago Gail L Long
    I tried it but it turned out kinda mushy. Not sure what I did wrong.
    2 days ago Millar Berry Farms
    Gail L Long yes, I missed the crunch factor. I think I overcooked mine a wee bit.
  • 1 week ago by

    Sorting through our windfall apples. Still good for apple crisps, juice etc. And cheap! Message us if you want some. Also have more fresh eggs for sale! Update!: apples have all been sold now. Eggs too.
    Thanks for your response. We will post again when we have extra eggs .
    1 week ago Dennis Webster 1
    Thanks! But we still have bags of your Strawberries and Rhubarb for pies.
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Dennis Webster but now is the time for apple pie!!!
    1 week ago Dennis Webster
    β€˜gotta use what’s on hand first.
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms 2
    Dennis Webster we've been enjoying apple crisps πŸ˜‹
    1 week ago Jo Anjema
    Are they good for applesauce? We are almost out again.
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Jo Anjema they sure are!
    1 week ago Jo Anjema
    Millar Berry Farms, how many boxes can I get? Can I get around 6 -8?
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Jo Anjema at least 6
    1 week ago Jo Anjema 1
    Millar Berry Farms, perfect! Can I come today? And can you let me know price so I can bring cash?
    1 week ago Jo Anjema
    Or maybe it is better if I come Monday morning if that works
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Jo Anjema you can come today. The bigger boxes are $7, so if you want six bring $40
    1 week ago Monica Pennings
    Jo Anjema I can get some for.you if you want. I live close by and plan to go to the family day hockey if you are.
    1 week ago Jo Anjema 1
    Monica Pennings I ended up picking them up already. Thanks for the offer thoughπŸ™‚
    1 week ago Melissa McDonald
    May I swing by for a few boxes? 🐴
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Melissa McDonald they are all gone. We have some we reserved for our chickens. Did you want some for your horses? They are more bruised.
    1 week ago Melissa McDonald 1
    Millar Berry Farms your chickens need them to make yummy eggs but thank you for the offer!!!
    5 days ago Aber Butros
    Hello, I would like to buy eggs is there any left for pick up?
    5 days ago Millar Berry Farms
    Aber Butros sorry, not at this time.
    5 days ago Aber Butros
    Millar Berry Farms ok thanks
    1 week ago Shirley Delany
    Any left?
    1 week ago Flavia Hladysh
    How much for a box?
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Flavia Hladysh depends on size. From $2.50 -$7.00
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Millar Berry Farms $2.50 for this size
    1 week ago Flavia Hladysh 1
    Millar Berry Farms okay, I'll let the hubby know.
  • 1 week ago by

    Happy Valentine's day πŸ’˜
    1 week ago Sheila M Stevenson 1
    Looks yummy.
    1 week ago Millar Berry Farms
    Sheila M Stevenson raspberry mascarpone cake πŸ˜‹
    1 week ago Ev Vykin
    Millar Berry Farms sounds delicious! Enjoy, Happy Valentines Day Millar Berry Farms.
    1 week ago Sheila M Stevenson 1
    Millar Berry Farms Mmmmm- mmmh!
    1 week ago Dennis Webster
    And to you too! ( beautiful cake)

  • 4 weeks ago by

    That's a lot of snow!!!
    4 weeks ago Dennis Webster 1
    Insulation for the berry plants.
    4 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 2
    Dennis Webster yes, it's great insulation
    4 weeks ago Judy Pyke 1
    I guess we need the meltoff in the spring but it can stop anytime now. Then it's turning to rain, could get really messy
    4 weeks ago Jacquie Webster
    I’m up north and that’s not a lot of snow but I agree it’s good for insulating the berries
  • 7 weeks ago by

    Veggies from our freezer from our homegrown local produce
    7 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    You need some pie to go with that.πŸ˜‰
    7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 2
    Dennis Webster on a diet right now! But hopefully we'll be ready for rhubarb pies in the spring?
    7 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    Millar Berry Farms DIET!! You hardly need to do that. Aren’t we supposed to put on extra weight in the winter?πŸ€”
    7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Dennis Webster important to stay fit!

    7 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    Millar Berry Farms πŸ˜‚
    7 weeks ago Jackie Schmidt
    How do you freeze your asparagus so it doesn’t go mushy?
    7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Jackie Schmidt it goes a bit mushy, but we don't really care.
  • 8 weeks ago by

    Happy new year to all! May our blessings be many and our troubles be few!
    8 weeks ago Walter Brenner 3
    Happy new year!
    8 weeks ago Paulina Schmitz 1
    Happy new year πŸ₯°
    8 weeks ago Ramona Chaarani 1
    Happy New Year πŸ₯³πŸ₯‚
    8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Ramona Chaarani πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰
    8 weeks ago Kelly Pollock 1
    Happy New Year! πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰πŸŽŠπŸ’•
    8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Kelly, thanks.
    8 weeks ago Betty Bannerman
    Happy new year
    8 weeks ago Brenda Ladich 3
    Same to the Millar farm and family
    8 weeks ago Gail Kreek 1
    Happy New year!
    8 weeks ago Sandra Norton Dicker 2
    Amen!! Same to you!!
    7 weeks ago David William
    Sandra Norton Dicker Happy new year Sandra, Nice meeting you here on FB, I'm David. I would very much appreciate the opportunity to get to know you. pardon my manners pleaseπŸ™ if it don't seems right to you. what are your wishes for this New year ? my wishes is to be happy again and forgot about the pains 2023 cost me and focus on the greater blessings and greater experience am expecting in this 2024. why don't you send me a friend request or a direct message so we could get to know each other. I hope you don't mind?


  • 8 weeks ago by

    For friends and family who couldn't attend Helen's funeral service
    8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    On behalf of my family, Sylvia, Matt and myself would like to thank all those who took the time to offer their condolences. Your responses, both online and in person, helped our family get through a difficult time.
    8 weeks ago Charmaine Floyd Gajdemski 1
    Thank you for sharing. God bless you and the family. Thinking of you all.
    8 weeks ago Karen Rae Short 1
    Thank you for sharing…
    8 weeks ago Sharon Bartha
    God Bless you and your family Bill
    8 weeks ago Cindy Litt
    I am not sure how my mom found your mom. But they knew each other shortly after she moved to the area. My mom was from Manitoba and her parents were from Russian and AustriaHungary. We lived in Port Stanley and would drive in. And we stopped by for many years and gathered fruit and veggies. And my mom always stopped and visited with your mom. Always made my mom smile!
    When I see my mother later, I will tell her.
    So sorry for your lose.
    8 weeks ago Carolyn Hepburn 1
    🩷
    8 weeks ago Sharon Bartha 1
    Thankyou Steve
    8 weeks ago Sharon Bartha 1
    Beautiful 🎡
  • 8 weeks ago by

    Visitation will be held at McFarlane & Roberts Funeral Home (2240 Wharncliffe Road South, Lambeth) on Wednesday, December 27, 11am-1pm, followed by a funeral service at 1:00pm, officiated by Pastor Steve Kerr.
    8 weeks ago Gail Kreek
    A wonderful lady! We regret we cannot attend today because of out-of-town guests arriving. God bless you all.❀️
    8 weeks ago Ed Nicholls 1
    Condolences to all her family and friends!
    8 weeks ago Sherry Walsh
    My condolences to your family
    8 weeks ago Jodi Knight
    A life well lived, may she rest in peace.
    Sincere sympathies to the extended Millar family.
    8 weeks ago Ev Vykin
    πŸ•ŠπŸ’–πŸ™ Sorry to read of your great loss of Helen, sending you all condolences and memories ever lasting of her. What an incredible legacy of Millar Berry Farms she has left for all to continue to have joy from.
    8 weeks ago Kelly Pollock 1
    My condolences to you, Bill & Sylvia & family
    8 weeks ago Edie Lemon
    sorry for your loss
    8 weeks ago Karen Rae Short 1
    Sorry I can’t be there..
  • 9 weeks ago by

    Christmas blessings to you and yours
    8 weeks ago Cindy Goldszmidt Barron 1
    Merry Christmas πŸŽ„
    8 weeks ago Mick Dawdy 1
    A Merry Christmas to all the good people at Millar Berry Farm πŸ™‚
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    9 weeks ago Edie Lemon 1
    Merry Christmas
    9 weeks ago Marilyn Bratti 1
    Have a very Merry and very Berry Christmas.
    9 weeks ago Darlene Whitton 1
    Merry Christmas
    9 weeks ago Walter Brenner
    Merry Christmas!
    9 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Walter and to you and your family as well. πŸŽ„β€οΈ
    9 weeks ago Kelly Pollock 1
    Merry Christmas to you & Bill and the family

    9 weeks ago Marg Miller
    Merry Christmas Bill and Sylvia
    9 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Marg, and a Merry Christmas to you and Joe and your family as well. πŸŽ„β€οΈ

  • 9 weeks ago by

    Helen Millar (nΓ©e Steczyszyn), 98, of Lambeth (London, Ontario), passed away peacefully on December 22nd, 2023, at Westmount Gardens. She was born on August 10th, 1925, in Czer Jany, Poland, to Mykieta (Mike) and Pelagia (Polly Pendileuk) Steczyszyn. Helen met her beloved husband, Peter Millar, in Toronto, and they married in Winnipeg on June 12th, 1947, at Holy Ghost Church. They moved to Sudbury, where they welcomed their first two sons, Greg and Dennis. In 1954, they relocated to London, and had two more sons, Bill and Peter. Helen and Peter bought a plot of land from the Zabehaylos and started Millar Berry Farms in 1961. They built a house on the farm in 1967 and sold their house in London to officially become farmers. Helen continued to work on the farm into her 90’s, until health issues required her to move into a long-term care home. Helen was an exceptional home-maker, raising four boys, and making the best borscht, cabbage rolls, perogies, and apple pie. She also outworked most everyone on the farm, from picking berries to helping in the market. She was an avid card player, always having the best luck. She enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, who called her Baba. She also loved to sing. Helen is survived by her sons Greg, Bill (Sylvia), and Peter (Erna, and children Luke, Janna, and Amelia); her daughter-in-law Brenda (Dennis); her grandchildren Jeremiah (Kathleen), Daryl (Jason), Matt, Caleb (Grace), and Joshua (Susan); and her great-grandchildren Brooklyn, Ronan, Link, Raelynn, Reggie, and Rowan. She is predeceased by her husband Peter; her son Dennis; her daughter-in-law Debbie (Peter); her granddaughter Sherri (Peter); her siblings Anne, Mary, Jeanette, John, and Olga; and her parents Mike and Polly. Visitation will be held at McFarlane & Roberts Funeral Home on December 27, 11am-1pm followed by a 30 minute service officiated by Pastor Steve Kerr. The family would like to thank the staff at Westmount Gardens for their care and compassion. Helen will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
    9 weeks ago Bear Collie
    Hugs and prayers πŸ™ ❀️ πŸ€—
    9 weeks ago Dorrey Cowell
    Our condolences to you and your family, prayers for you during this difficult time
    8 weeks ago Joanne Culp 1
    Our deepest sympathies to you both and your family πŸ’œ
    9 weeks ago Emma Dayment 1
    My condolences
    9 weeks ago Nancy L Wyatt 1
    Our condolences πŸ’œ
    9 weeks ago Diane Giles
    My condolences to the family. May all the memories shared over the coming days uplift you during this time.
    9 weeks ago Brenda Ladich
    My sister and I loved seeing Mrs Millar and family with her outing to the mall recently, our condolences.
    9 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Brenda Ladich oh, that was you! You two both touched our hearts πŸ’–
    9 weeks ago Wilma Clayton 1
    My condolences πŸ™
    9 weeks ago Gail Kreek 1
    Our sincere condolences. Lovely video! πŸ₯°
    9 weeks ago Grace Howlett
    Condolences to your family.
  • 10 weeks ago by

    Just finished covering up our strawberry plants for the winter. That is our final major job for the year. See you in the spring! https://www.instagra...NTc4MTIwNjQ2YQ==

    10 weeks ago Sonia Greig
    Thank you for all you do. Farmers are underappreciated by some but not by my family. πŸ™‚
    10 weeks ago Judy Pyke
    MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR
    see you in the spring
    10 weeks ago Edie Lemon 1
    Merry Christmas , all the best 2024
    10 weeks ago Walter Brenner 1
    πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    10 weeks ago Kleber Fleming 2
    OlΓ‘ meu grande amigo, belo cultivo!
    10 weeks ago Millares Romeo
    Wow nice big farm Millar berry farms 🚜 I wish you all guys merry X'mas all the best God bless see next spring 2024 gud luck πŸ‘
    10 weeks ago Arlene Shaw 1
    See you then!
  • 14 weeks ago by

    Our favourite job 🀒 People have been asking if we still have windfall apples left. The answer is yes. The price is $10 a box, cash only now.
    Message us for pickup time.
  • 15 weeks ago by

  • 15 weeks ago by

    Got the strawberry Fields all weeded. Soon we will be bedding them down for the winter.
    15 weeks ago Dennis Webster 1
    Good job! All set for next season.
    15 weeks ago Sandra Norton Dicker 2
    Big job!! Congrats on it being done!!
  • 16 weeks ago by

    Today was our last official "open for business" day. We still have a few boxes of windfall apples left, and we will have honey on hand throughout the winter for all our honey lovers. Just drop us a line when you would like any.
    We will be beginning to bed the strawberries down next week, and also continue with the raspberry pruning, but we will try to accomodate any requests as best as we can.
    16 weeks ago Sheila M Stevenson 1
    Have a wonderful winter. See you in the Spring.
    16 weeks ago Jane Falconer 1
    Hope you have time now to enjoy relaxing.
    16 weeks ago Dennis Webster 1
    Thanks!
    16 weeks ago Grace Millar 1
    Oh I should grab some windfalls to make applesauce for Ro!
  • 16 weeks ago by

    Open 11-4 today. Debit machine has been sent back, so bring cash. Farm boy Matt has dug up fresh beets, so we have those along with windfall apples, squash and honey
  • 16 weeks ago by

  • 16 weeks ago by

    We are stocked up again with pure, unpasteurized honey. And still have squash and windfall apples. Open today noon until 5 pm.
    16 weeks ago Benjamin Musclow 1
    That's the good stuff. Liquid food gold
    16 weeks ago Sandy Hu 1
    Save 1honey for me please will get it next week if that is work πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™ thanks
    16 weeks ago Joanna Michelle
    Kimmy Cee
  • 16 weeks ago by

    Open 12-5 today
  • 17 weeks ago by

    Open 11-4
    Honey, potatoes, sweet potatoes, peppers, beets, squash and windfall apples.
  • 17 weeks ago by

    Making our own apple cider for personal use
    17 weeks ago Carolyn Hepburn
    Yum!
    17 weeks ago Lynn Dobler Grushka 1
    awesome! I need to come get some
    17 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    Is it hard or soft? Asking for a friend.πŸ˜‰
    17 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Dennis Webster Just apple juice!
    17 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    Millar Berry Farms well, a good shot of Vodka will fix that!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    17 weeks ago Jason Caerels 1
    Dennis Webster use Fireball, tastes like apple pie.
    17 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    Jason Caerels sorry; Fireball would ruin it.😑
    17 weeks ago Jason Caerels
    Dennis Webster Agree to disagree
    17 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Jason Caerels spiced rum is really good!!
    17 weeks ago Stef Lynn
    My fave apple cider!
    17 weeks ago Rob Allan 2
    I love a good cider - especially if its not pasteurized
    17 weeks ago Jodi Beattie
    when can we buy some?
  • 17 weeks ago by

    Open noon until 5 pm today
  • 17 weeks ago by

    The work never ends. Pruning raspberries, weeding the strawberry patch, plowing the fields etc.
    17 weeks ago Sonia Greig
    Thank you for all you do as farmers providing locally grown, delicious produce. It is very much appreciated. πŸ™‚
    17 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Sonia Greig thank you
    17 weeks ago Jodi Knight
    Appreciated by those who love your fresh produce.
    17 weeks ago Karen Rae Short 1
    We appreciate all that you do, and are very happy that you had a really good season..
    17 weeks ago Dennis Webster
    All the hard work seems to pay off. The Millar Barry Farm is an institution in the London area.
    17 weeks ago Carolyn Hepburn 2
    Your hard work and dedication doesn't go unnoticed. The produce from Millar's is second to none.
    17 weeks ago Kaitlyn Northmore
    1st year Raspberry didn't produce because it didn't get cross pollination. Do I still cut back the stalk?
    17 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Kaitlyn Northmore You generally don't get much, if any, fruit in the first year. Just cut out any dead canes, and any dead material off the ends in the spring.
    17 weeks ago Kaitlyn Northmore
    Millar Berry Farms thanks so much!
    17 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Kaitlyn Northmore, raspberries are biannual, canes that come up in the spring bear fruit the following summer, then that cane will die off and should be cut out in the fall or early in the spring, as soon as the snow disappears.
  • 17 weeks ago by

    Here from noon until 5 pm Tuesday and Thursday
  • 18 weeks ago by

    Lots of kale and beets if anyone would like to preorder for tomorrow. However the frost has made the raspberries a bit mushy 😟
    18 weeks ago Julianne Vanstone
    How much for a bushel of beets?
  • 18 weeks ago by

    Since we are down to just squash, honey, potatoes, beets,onions and windfall apples, we will only be open for sales on Tuesday & Thursday noon-5pm, and Saturday 11am-4pm.
    Thank you all for your support of a local grower, and if we don't see you out this week, hopefully we'll see you again in the spring!
    And remember, we sell honey all winter long, just give us a call to arrange pickup.
    18 weeks ago Dennis Webster 1
    It’s been our pleasure to be a small part of your wonderful market. Jacquie and I believe strongly in supporting local, independent businesses and the folks, like you, who feed us.
    All the best for a relaxing winter season and we look forward to Strawberry Season.
    18 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Dennis Webster I'll look forward to Jacquie's pies πŸ™πŸ™
    18 weeks ago Ev Vykin
    Have a good winter break, thanks for all the great produce you have through the year, we really enjoy stopping there.
    18 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Ev Vykin thank you 😊
    18 weeks ago Thilanka Wanigasooriya
    Thanks for all the delicious produce πŸ™.
    Have a great winter break!
    18 weeks ago Laura Craig
    Thank you for a great year! Is there any you- pick squash still available?
    18 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
    Laura Craig No, sorry, we cleaned out the field before the frost would damage them.

    18 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    We have prepicked still available
    17 weeks ago Jenn Muschik
    Millar Berry Farms how much is the pre-picked squash?
    17 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
    Jenn Muschik .75 cents per pound
    17 weeks ago Jenn Muschik
    Millar Berry Farms thank you!

  • 18 weeks ago by

  • 18 weeks ago by

    Raspberries sold out now Open 12-5