Fresh Picked Blueberries / U-picks 

    Our blueberries are ripening nicely this season.  We are open  until mid-late August for fresh picked blueberries (see price list below) and U-picks ($1.15/lb).  Our fields haven't looked better!!  Come join us at the farm and enjoy some fresh 'NO SPRAY'blueberries.  


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Divine Distillers

    Divine Distillers saved our remaining frozen blueberry crop from 2018.  We had a freezer malfunction during Memorial Day weekend and almost lost 3,500 lbs of frozen blueberries.  Enter Jason and his crew from Divine Distillers, who came with no notice at all to salvage the sticky, partly thawed blueberries.  They processed the berries within hours of my call for help and has made wine and other spirits from our sweet tasty berries. We will be hosting Divine Distillers to set up a booth for tastings of our signature blueberry wine, brandy and liqueurs, plus you can purchase bottles of our signature spirits or any of their other tasty offerings. Again, thanks to Jason and the rest of the DD crew!! 

    Click HERE for a link to their website to view the amazing spirits they have to offer.  



Hours:


  Mon ------------- 7a-11a *

Tues-Sat ------- 7a - 6p

Sun -------------- 8a - 4p

*new hours


Pricing:


U-Picks:

This season, u-picks will be $1.15/lb, no limit!!

(Designated areas only)


Pre-picked:

Flats....................... $25.00

Half Flats................$15.00

Pints.........................$3.00

30lb Boxes.............$65.00


​​The Blueberry Season

​     Our blueberry season typically runs mid to late June through mid to late August.  We are usually the farm with the earliest and the latest blueberries.  The varieties include Earliblue, Dukes, Bluecrop, Darrows and Elliotts.  Now we have Berkleys and Bluerays from our Culver Farm.  Earliblue berries are ripening early to mid June, followed by Blues and Dukes.  The Darrows are the sweetest and tastiest of the berries and are ripe for a couple weeks mid July through early August, followed by the Elliotts which ripen late July through August.

    U-Picks are now allowed from day one, last week of June ,and will go through the end of the season, typically mid August.

      If it's inconvenient for you to come to our farm, look for our booth at the Salem Saturday Market and the McMinnville Thursday Market late June through mid-August.


Natural-method farming


We are 100% pesticide free!!  Better for you and your family's health, plus we are saving our friends, the bees.  We prune, mow, fertilize and water regularly to offer you the biggest, juiciest berries you have ever tasted.

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Services

Commercial Clients

   We offer wholesale pricing for commercial farm stands, restaurants and grocery markets.  Please call to order and inquire about the delivery schedule.


Fresh Produce Farmers Co-op

  Lee and Ginger, Sunnyview Blueberry Farm’s owners, are determined to provide local farmers an additional outlet for their fresh produce for those potential customers in the Willamette Valley and along the I-5 corridor.  If you would like us to sell and/or market your produce on-site, contact us at 971-304-6755 to discuss the details. 


Pre-Orders

     If you and/or several of your workmates or friends would like to pre-order blueberries, order forms are available by email at sunnyviewblueberries@yahoo.com or call 971-304-6755. Berries will be packaged in flats or half flats. Delivery is available on orders over 50 lbs within the Salem / Keizer area depending upon staffing. Payment and delivery arrangements must be made in advance. MasterCard/Visa payments will be available through Square at the time of delivery.

Large Orders and Curbside Service

     In a hurry?  If you would like us to prepare and package your blueberry order of 20 lbs or more and deliver your blueberries right to your vehicle, just call at least 30 minutes ahead, let us know what kind of car you drive, have your credit card available and we will have your blueberry order ready for you when you arrive at our farm.  If you choose to come into the farmstand to look at the other items we have available for purchase, we will even carry it to your car, just ask.


Delivery

     For blueberry orders of 50 lbs or more, we would be happy to deliver to your home, office or place of business within the cities of Salem or Keizer. Payment arrangement must be made in advance. MasterCard/Visa credit cards accepted and processed through Square.





Sunnyview Blueberry Farm

5233 Sunnyview Rd NE, Salem

 971-304-6755


Memories of Past Seasons 









​Our Dream of Owning a Farm


     On the property formerly known as the Blueberry Cafe, a well-known breakfast establishment owned by the Iversons, the new owners, Lee Haber and Ginger Murphy-Haber, have worked very hard to bring this well-known iconic blueberry farm back to it's former glory. As a family-run business, growing, protecting, and harvesting blueberries requires us, the crop stewards, to have advanced knowledge of agricultural elements.  We have done our best to nurture, feed and nourish the mature blueberry canes so that they produce an abundant crop.  Our goal is to minimize environmental impact while protecting crops from bugs and animals.  With our hands-on approach to farming, we have been able to cultivate the sweetest, most delectable blueberries, fresh from our farm to your table.

     With the help of several local hard-working families who carefully hand-pick the blueberries at the peak of ripeness, we are able to provide our customers with delicious, sweet fruit for snacking and baking.

     When you arrive at our farm, our hardworking staff of young salespersons, excited to be learning farming and business methods and principles, will assist you and provide you with unbeatable service in choosing the amount of blueberries or local produce to meet your needs.

     We have worked extra hard to make sure that the blueberry plants were given the proper care and nutrients so that you can enjoy the "fruits of our labor".