Fresh Fruit and Veggies

Environmentally friendly practices

We are the farm for foodies! Old Bishop Farms is committed to providing fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables. We are committed to using organic growing methods, but sometimes need to use conventional means when necessary. We choose our produce varieties based on the best flavor. You will never look at grocery store produce the same.

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Pick your own

Family fun

We are a foodie and family destination, the best way to enjoy the farm is enjoying the property and picking your own ripe fruit with your family. Since the renovation we have increased our offerings of fruit available for picking:

  • Strawberries

  • Blueberries

  • Blackberries

  • Peaches

  • Apples

Follow us on social media to see what is in season and ready to harvest.

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Locally grown produce

Fresh, Local produce is the best produce

The greenhouse and gardens are also renovated. We are a destination farm, not a production farm. We do produce a lot of produce though! Many farms are reliant on large yields and bountiful harvests. To get a large harvest some farms have to over fertilize and over water. Not only does this impact the taste, it weakens the plants.The weaker the plant the more reliance on toxic sprays and chemicals. We are fortunate to have other revenue streams so this gives us an advantage. We focus on quality over quantity. Come try some from the store, or come visit us on harvest days and pick your own herbs and vegetables.

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We have a lot to offer

Available in our store

We may be known for our fruit, but we grow plenty of farm fresh veggies! Including:

  • Heirloom tomatoes

  • Fresh Garlic (4 varieties)

  • Carrots

  • Hot and Sweet Peppers

  • Spinach, Kale and greens

  • Broccoli

  • Arugula and Lettuce

  • Red and Gold Beets

  • Black and Rosa Eggplant

  • Summer Squash

  • Cucumbers

  • Winter Squash

  • Herbs (too many to list!)

  • A lot more...

Not only do we grow a lot, we also bring in produce from other local farms to supplement our inventory (like local sweet corn!).