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

2022 Registration Now Open!


We’ll be adding more to this post soon, but for now we just want to let you know that you’re welcome to sign up for picking reservations that will start in approximately the third week of June, and place orders to be picked up in Wichita, Winfield, Derby, Sedan, and at the farm in late June and beyond! Make sure you’re signed up to receive our email newsletter and are following us on Facebook, and check back soon for a detailed post with lots of pictures and info. Tell your friends and plan a berry-picking adventure and we’ll see you at the farm!

2021 Season – – Complete.


It’s always with mixed feelings when we close another harvest season. Sad that it’s ended so soon, but happy about the berries, people, and experiences we had.

This past weekend depleted our 2021 harvest. If you currently have a reservation with us, unfortunately, it will need to be cancelled. Hopefully, you’ll try us again next season. It’s disappointing when we don’t have enough harvest to fill every request, but this season was a challenge.

Two days after the late Spring freeze in mid-April it appeared like we’d lost our entire crop, but seemingly, miraculously, new blossoms begin to appear, followed by what later became large sweet blueberries, and we actually had a harvest, not a large one by any means, but still a harvest.

Thanks to all of you that came out to pick, placed orders, shopped the farmers markets and generally continue to provide your support. We truly appreciate you, and hope to see you all back next season.

The Chadicks,