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.
|Monday - Sunday||Closed|
U-Pick [Done for 2023]
|Monday - Sunday||Closed|
*Hours are weather and supply dependent. May close early if sold/picked out.
Everyone must be finished picking by the U-Pick closing time
4 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsToday 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.4 weeks ago Sheila M Stevenson 1
Have a wonderful winter. See you in the Spring.4 weeks ago Jane Falconer 1
Hope you have time now to enjoy relaxing.4 weeks ago Dennis Webster 1
Thanks!4 weeks ago Grace Millar 1
Oh I should grab some windfalls to make applesauce for Ro!
5 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsWe are stocked up again with pure, unpasteurized honey. And still have squash and windfall apples. Open today noon until 5 pm.5 weeks ago Benjamin Musclow 1
That's the good stuff. Liquid food gold5 weeks ago Sandy Hu 1
Save 1honey for me please will get it next week if that is work 😁😁😁🙏🙏🙏 thanks5 weeks ago Joanna Michelle
6 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsMaking our own apple cider for personal use6 weeks ago Carolyn Hepburn
Yum!6 weeks ago Lynn Dobler Grushka 1
awesome! I need to come get some6 weeks ago Dennis Webster
Is it hard or soft? Asking for a friend.😉6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Dennis Webster Just apple juice!6 weeks ago Dennis Webster
Millar Berry Farms well, a good shot of Vodka will fix that!😂😂6 weeks ago Jason Caerels 1
Dennis Webster use Fireball, tastes like apple pie.6 weeks ago Dennis Webster
Jason Caerels sorry; Fireball would ruin it.😡6 weeks ago Jason Caerels
Dennis Webster Agree to disagree6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Jason Caerels spiced rum is really good!!6 weeks ago Stef Lynn
My fave apple cider!6 weeks ago Rob Allan 2
I love a good cider - especially if its not pasteurized6 weeks ago Jodi Beattie
when can we buy some?
6 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsThe work never ends. Pruning raspberries, weeding the strawberry patch, plowing the fields etc.6 weeks ago Sonia Greig
Thank you for all you do as farmers providing locally grown, delicious produce. It is very much appreciated. 🙂5 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Sonia Greig thank you6 weeks ago Jodi Knight
Appreciated by those who love your fresh produce.6 weeks ago Karen Rae Short 1
We appreciate all that you do, and are very happy that you had a really good season..6 weeks ago Dennis Webster
All the hard work seems to pay off. The Millar Barry Farm is an institution in the London area.6 weeks ago Carolyn Hepburn 2
Your hard work and dedication doesn't go unnoticed. The produce from Millar's is second to none.6 weeks ago Kaitlyn Northmore
1st year Raspberry didn't produce because it didn't get cross pollination. Do I still cut back the stalk?6 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.6 weeks ago Kaitlyn Northmore
Millar Berry Farms thanks so much!6 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.
6 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsSince 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.6 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.6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Dennis Webster I'll look forward to Jacquie's pies 🙏🙏6 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.6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Ev Vykin thank you 😊6 weeks ago Thilanka Wanigasooriya
Thanks for all the delicious produce 🙏.
Have a great winter break!6 weeks ago Laura Craig
Thank you for a great year! Is there any you- pick squash still available?6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Laura Craig No, sorry, we cleaned out the field before the frost would damage them.6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
We have prepicked still available6 weeks ago Jenn Muschik
Millar Berry Farms how much is the pre-picked squash?6 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Jenn Muschik .75 cents per pound6 weeks ago Jenn Muschik
Millar Berry Farms thank you!
7 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsOpen at the house beside the market this week from noon-5pm with raspberries, apples, squash, pumpkins, gourds, beans, beets, kale, swiss chard, sweet potatoes, bell peppers, cabbage, and honey! U-Pick squash and pumpkins available noon-4pm.7 weeks ago Erie Nicole
Do you have the windfall apples today? I may come by towards the end of the day to get some.7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Erie Nicole Yes, we will have them as long as we are open for the season
8 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsWith the variety of fresh produce shrinking, and the weather getting colder, we will be doing sales from the house beside the market. Open 11am-4pm today with some raspberries, and lots of apples, squash, pumpkins, concord grapes, beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes, and some beans.7 weeks ago Marilyn Bratti 1
Great idea.7 weeks ago Dennis Webster
Bundle up! Stay healthy!7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Dennis Webster got a pot of hot soup on the stove and hot coffee on the ready!7 weeks ago Dennis Webster
Millar Berry Farms Mmm7 weeks ago Nicole Whitney 1
Stay warm!8 weeks ago Wilma Clayton 1
Dressed to keep warm. Smart lady.8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Wilma Clayton darn right!7 weeks ago Karen Rae Short
Brrrr!7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Karen Rae Short more like November than October7 weeks ago Jodi Knight
You look so cold, Sylvia.
8 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsWe found some raspberries!7 weeks ago Laura Larissa
Do u still have them ? Tomorrow7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Laura Larissa we will pick again Monday if it's not raining.7 weeks ago Kelley Jacquard-Bauer 1
They look so good!7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Kelley Jacquard-Bauer yes, raspberries were amazing this fall.8 weeks ago Linda Fox
How delicious do they look!!!7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Linda Fox they were very!8 weeks ago Jackie Mallett
Oh darn and I’m at the lake…I drove by yesterday on my way up and nothing..8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
We gave the patch a day to ripen up yesterday 😓8 weeks ago Helen Holliday
Yum7 weeks ago Wendy Siefert
Is this recent post7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Wendy Siefert, yes it is. We are picking more this morning, open today from noon until 5 but we can't guarantee that the berries will last until 5.
8 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsOpen noon - 5pm with apples, squash, pumpkins, squash, concord grapes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, beets, kale, swiss chard, beans, cabbage, onions, organic greens, and honey!7 weeks ago Navpreet K Sidhu
Price for honey please?7 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
$12/1kg glass jar, $7/500g squeezy8 weeks ago Laura Craig
How much are you selling your squash for? Also do you still have u pick squash? If so how much? Thank you.8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Laura Craig u pick squash is .50cents/lb
Already picked is .99 cents8 weeks ago Paul Greulich
Where are you located ?
8 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsWe had so many people out to pick apples this very cold weekend, that our trees are mostly stripped now. We will however have windfall apples available still, and ready picked bags of apples too.8 weeks ago Bonnie Orton
Raspberries ?8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Bonnie Orton have a few right now
8 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsOpen 10am-4pm today, Thanksgiving Monday, and then switching to our fall hours of noon-5pm weekdays and 11am-4pm Saturdays. Sweet corn is finished, and we're down to the last of the field tomatoes, but we still have raspberries, apples, squash, pumpkins, gourds, beets, kale, swiss chard, onions, honey, and more!8 weeks ago Madonna Barnes
Can we pick apples and squash today?8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Madonna Barnes Yes. Closing time for U-Pick is 3pm (must be out of the patch by then)8 weeks ago Madonna Barnes
Millar Berry Farms ok perfect. See you soon
8 weeks ago by Millar Berry FarmsHappy Thanksgiving! We are closed today but open Monday 10-4
Our October hours starting Tuesday will be noon until 5 pm. We will no longer have sweet corn, and field tomatoes are down to their final days.8 weeks ago Millares Romeo 1
Happy Thanksgiving day to Millar Family all the best God bless8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms
Millares Romeo thank you. Same to you!8 weeks ago Nikki Dodge
Any windfall apples tomorrow ?8 weeks ago Millar Berry Farms 1
Nikki Dodge Yes, we will have them until we close for the season.