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Blackberries ripen in June through August, depending upon where you are located.
Corn mazes use new technologies to build intricate designs and promote agritourism and education.
Ready for raspberry season? Here are a few questions and answers about these candy-sweet red berries.
Heading to a you-pick blueberry farm this summer? Learn how to pick blueberries, as well as some recipe ideas.
Pick-your-own strawberry farm benefits from plasticulture as well as the locavore movement.
Find out how many shirts, $100 bills and other items that one bale of cotton can produce, along with other cotton fun facts and stats.
Visit a pumpkin patch to learn why farmers diversify from traditional crops to agritourism attractions with pumpkins, fall decor and much more.
Sure, June is National Dairy Month, but what would a dairy month be without cheese?
The beekeepers at this honey farm talk about how far their bees travel, how honey is produced and the health benefits of honey, bee pollen, propolis and royal jelly.
Apples ripen in late summer and well into fall, depending upon the variety. But did you know that new varieties of apples can be created by accident?
The sixth and seventh generations run Eckert’s Country Store and Farms in Belleville, the largest you-pick apple and peach orchard in the nation.
A dairy farming family finds a way to stay in business by moving from milk production to Jersey cheese.