All Good Things Must End.

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This is always the hardest post to make each season, but after this morning’s pick, we are picked out of Blueberries. We want to thank all of you that came out to pick, and placed orders with us this season, and apologize to those of you that we couldn’t meet your requests. We were overwhelmed by the amount of people that came out, from our long time supporters, and from new people that likely found us from Covid related restrictions.

Blackberries continue to ripen, and will be available for picking in the next several days. Email us if you’re interested in picking blackberries. Thank you again for you support!

Stay Healthy,

The Chadicks

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Click to enlargeLocated 1-1/2 hours southeast of east Wichita, Kansas, we offer organic, sustainably-grown Blueberries and Blackberries. Our produce is available during the growing season (typically June through July) at Farmers Markets, Pick Your Own here at the Farm via online reservations, Pre-Picked Orders via online ordering and in Wichita area fine restaurants.

If you’re interested in purchasing blueberries or blackberries, check out our website to see how we grow our berries, then when you’re ready (of course make sure we’re in season), go to our “How to Purchase” page, decide whether you’d like to Pick Your Own  (highly recommended) here at the farm, or if you’d prefer to pick them up already picked. 

At Chautauqua Hills Farm we eat what we grow and we continually strive to produce the very best for our customers.

Blueberry blooms in the spring

Our nickel-size blueberries!

A helpful bumblebee

Good morning!!

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The thunder has moved out, and the rain has cooled us down (even dampened us a little) for a great morning of picking. If you had a reservation for this morning, we hope you can still make it out.

Rain, rain, and more rain

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There is a 75% chance of rain for Saturday, So if you have a reservation make sure you check Facebook or our website before you come out in the morning. We’ll make a post at 6 a.m in the morning.