OUR SUMMER PRODUCE

We grow a variety of different fruits and vegetables in the summer. It's our goal to provide quality, delicious produce to all of our customers. Below is a list of all the available produce during our summer months (and some beyond) along with a couple facts about each item.

*If you are looking for strawberry information, please visit our strawberry information page.

*Items listed with the Skelly name next to the title are our products. Other items are shipped in from across the country and are available at our store and roadside stands. These items are not guaranteed to be available daily. Produce is on a supply and demand basis, which means we might not have everything listed on this page available every day. Always call the farm to make sure we have what you’re looking for.

BLUEBERRIES

June - September

We always have a fresh supply of these summer favorites on our farm. Unfortunately we don’t grow our own, but that doesn’t mean what we sell isn’t delicious. Towards the end of June we will get a limited supply of blueberries from a Rock County farm. We also get Michigan blueberries by August and they are some of the best.

Our family enjoys these fruits in yogurt, smoothies or just as a snack. They are all loaded in antioxidants which are great for your health.

STRAWBERRY SEASON

Early June - Early July

We have both pre-picked and pick-your-own strawberries, as well as delicious strawberry pie and jam. Click the arrow to learn more.

SUMMER PRODUCE

Early July - Labor Day

Our summer highlights include sweet corn, tomatoes, watermelon and muskmelon. Click the arrow to learn more.

SUNFLOWERS

Late July - Early August

You don't want to miss this short season of 5+ acres of beautiful blooming sunflowers. Click the arrow to learn more.

FALL SEASON

Labor Day - Halloween

Enjoy 2 corn mazes, pumpkin picking, apple cider donuts and more. Click the arrow to learn more.

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2713 South Hayner Road

Janesville, WI 53548

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