We sell U-pick, pre-picked and frozen strawberries. We grow the Junebearing variety called Kent.  
Our 2009 prices How to find us When we're open

U-pick: $2.50 per pound
We pick: $4.00 per pound

Note: an average 4-litre level pail holds about 4.5 pounds of strawberries

Please call ahead if you would like us to pick you a container of fresh berries. We need at least four hours notice to ensure your berries will be ready. For 2009, pre-picked pails will be in limited supply.

Our farm is located west of Granum, Alberta at Junction 519.

From Claresholm, take Highway 2 south 18 km to Junction 519. Turn west, drive about 0.6 km and take the first left (south) down the lane, about 1 km.

We're 50 minutes north of Lethbridge, and 70 minutes south of Calgary.

Update July 30, 2009: The 2009 season has been very disappointing, production-wise, and we are now closed. Thanks to those of you who did make it out to the farm and had the patience to pick. We wish our berry supply hadn't been so sparse!

We are currently undecided whether we will be continuing to berry farm. If you would like to be notified by e-mail if/when the 2010 picking season begins, please send us a note.

How to contact us

What to bring with you

Other things you need to know

Kim & Mitch Berreth

Box 459
Granum, Alberta
T0L 1A0

  • sunscreen
  • hat
  • insect repellent
  • drinking water
  • pails
  • picnic cooler with ice packs, to keep berries fresh on the way home

Payment: We accept cash and personal cheques only.

Pails: Please bring your own containers, preferably 4L ice cream pails.

Kids are welcome but must be supervised by an adult.

A few rules Links Did you know?
  • Please pick only the row you are assigned. Pick all of the ripe berries in your row.

  • Smoking is not permitted on the farm grounds.

  • Please leave your pets at home.

Local weather conditions

Alberta Farm Fresh Producer's Association

Town of Granum

Town of Claresholm

Town of Fort Macleod

  • Ounce for ounce, strawberries are higher in Vitamin C than citrus fruits.

  • One-half cup of strawberries provides more fibre than a slice of whole wheat bread.

Updated July 30, 2009