Roberts' Family Farm

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222 South Street, Chesterfield, MA 01012 222 South Street, Chesterfield Directions
+14132960010
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Go every year more than once.
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It was the first time picking my own blueberries & I loved it! It was quick & convenient. They had buckets already there set up for you. They walked me out to the best organic picking area of the day. The shrubs were tended, healthy and abundant with blueberries even though it was very late in the season when I went. And best of all - what can be better than having fresh blueberries without all the work of caring & pruning the shrubs myself!
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I have never been there. We went to the upper field. There was a young kid working and he was very helpful and pleasant. We really enjoyed ourselves and the berries are delicious
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none. It was all around a wonderful experience
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Excellant! Great berries..a great country experience
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great time and great service
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They were strict about what bushes we could pick from and that was odd but the experience overall was good.
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Wonderful blueberry picking!!! Very nice people!
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Although I hadn't been to the farm previously, my husband has been there numerous times. It's in a really lovely spot and the picking is excellent!
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lots of good blueberry picking. Nice place to stand and relax and pick. Love their blueberries. I can always say lets just go pick for 20 minutes. Got 12.5 lbs in 30 minutes. They are so good!!!!
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It started in 1907—Ernest Dodge planned to marry Ethel Rhodes, so he plunked down $600 on 300 acres of farmland complete with a house and barn dating back at least to the 1880s. Using the land to raise dairy cows and herd a family, Ernest and Ethel later sold an 8-acre tract to their son-in-law, John Roberts, who used it to harvest blueberries during his summers off from teaching. John then passed down the land to his son Bruce, who also inherited his father's fondness for blueberries. Today, he still ventures into the snow and ice each February, pruning the bushes by hand to optimize the berries' ripeness come the summer. The farm then welcomes visitors, who fill their sacks, buckets, or hollow legs with conventional or organic blueberries straight from the bush. Bruce and his family even share their favorite recipes for guests to try when they get home. In addition to the blueberry bushes, the farm helps guests blow off post-picking steam at an onsite mini-golf course or cool down with local ice cream sold in their shop.

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