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Daily Updates

Daily Updates

Daily Farm Updates

May 18, 2022

Asparagus season is finally here, and we’re open today with a good supply of #1 asparagus on hand at $5.49/lb. You can save more when you purchase larger quantities; $5.29/lb in 5lb bags and $5.05/lb in a 10lb bag. #2 asparagus will be available later in the season (don’t know the difference between #1 and #2 asparagus? Learn more here).

Pick-your-own asparagus is NOW OPEN! 

Pick-your-own asparagus sells for $4.99/lb. Pre-paid picking is in effect. All persons ages 6-96 pay $7.00 per person to board the wagon ride and enter the picking fields. This pre-paid amount is then deducted from your purchase of products picked. You can bring your own containers, or we have containers available for purchase.

During Covid-19 our market drive-thru and “farmside pickup” were popular options, as a result, they will be remaining in place! 

Market Drive-Thru: you can drive-thru our market, remain in your vehicle, and order anything from our market – including our famous frozen yogurt!

Farmside Pickup: you can order selected items online and pick-up farmside. Remain in your vehicle when you arrive and we’ll be right out with your order!

At the Farm Market Today

We have our own and local honey, preserves, frozen fruit, frozen and home baked pies, and homemade frozen meals. We also have locally foraged fiddleheads and wild leeks, Ontario hot house tomatoes, peppers & cucumbers, fresh herb and salad planters, Ontario onions and carrots from the Holland Marsh and local Ontario apples!

Don’t forget to check-out our beautiful selection of hanging baskets and garden plants, as well as our asparagus roots, strawberry plants and blueberry plants.

Hours of Operation

We’re back to our peak season hours! 

Monday to Friday 8AM – 8PM

Saturday & Sunday (and holidays, including Victoria Day – May 23rd) 8AM – 5PM

Thank you to all our local heroes for allowing Barrie Hill Farms to supply your local food and keep Ontario green!

              -Farmer Morris