Coulter Farms offers produce for sale in three ways: U-Pick, at the Coulter Farms Market and for wholesale. Our wholesale produce is sold to a variety of retailers of fresh fruits and vegetables in WNY. Customers interested in wholesale produce can contact us.
Our U-Pick operation typically begins the beginning of June with strawberries. In July we offer U-Pick for cherries, raspberries and blueberries. We are located across the street from the home farm for strawberries (3870 North Ridge Road). For cherries, raspberries and blueberries we are located at the Home Farm (3871 North Ridge Road).
Our goal at Coulter Farms is to make your U-Pick experience the most fun and enjoyable!
U-Pick Hours: Every day 8am - 5pm
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Be sure to call our Picking Information Line (716-434-5700) which is updated every day to give you the most current information on what is available for U-Pick and at our Market.
Please check the "Farm News" tab for the latest information!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Strawberries: Strawberries start at the beginning of June and end toward the beginning of July. Strawberries are priced by the quart (2016: $3.50/quart).
Sweet Cherries: Starting in early July. Approximate prices are $3.50/lb <10 lb; $3.25 10-20lb, $3.00/lb >20 lb.
Raspberries: Starting in early July. $3.50/pt, 3 or more $3.00/pint
Blueberries: Mid- July. $3.50/pt; 3 or more pints $3.00/pt.
*Water will be provided by Coulter Farms for our customers, but make sure to check weather conditions and plan accordingly.
*In the case of bad weather (thunderstorms and/or extreme heat) we will close our U-Pick.
*For Cherry U-Pick, Coulter Farms provides ladders to use in the trees. *USE LADDERS AT OWN RISK*
Our produce is listed below. Please call for pricing. We do carry other vegetables from local farmers when they are in season or to supplement our crops.
We do take orders for larger quantities of produce. Please call at least a week in advance at our Market (716-433-8300) to place an order.
Strawberries: The strawberry season begins early June and ends around the first part of July. They are priced by the quart ($5.00/quart), 6-pack ($27.00) and the flat ($34.00).
Pies: A selection of pies will be available Thursdays-Sundays. For special orders, please call our Market. Fruit Pies: $11.00 Cream Pies: $15.00
Cherries, Blueberries, Raspberries: Cherries and smaller fruits will be availble early to mid July until the first part of August. Cherries are priced by the quart ($5.00/quart) and blueberries/raspberries are priced by the pint ($4.75/pint ; $2.50/half pint).
Sweet Corn: We offer an ample supply of bi-color and white corn from early July until October. Dozen: $5.00, Half Dozen: $2.75, Single Ears: $0.50 We do take orders for larger quantities of sweet corn (1 box has 5 1/2 dozen ears). If you are interested, please call our market to order at least one week ahead of time.
Peas: Sugar Snap, Regular and Snow pease are available from late June - early July. $4.50/quart
Beans: Green and yellow beans are availble in early July. $4.50/quart
Tomatoes and Peppers: Our homegrown tomatoes are now available! We sell our tomatoes by the quart ($4.50) and single tomatoes ($1.00) (XL beefsteak). As the season continues into August and tomatoes become more plentiful we will have them available in larger quanities (1/2 bushel boxes and bushels). We will also have canning tomatoes for sale. Prices are to be determined.
Peaches: Peaches are available now in limited quantities by the quart ($5.00). As the season moves into August, peaches will become more plentiful and we will have larger quanities available for fresh and canning. Also try our Saturn Peaches which will be ready in Ausgust! Saturn Peaches are a cross between a peach and a pear. They are absolutely delicious!
Melons: We will have cantaloupe, watermelon, honey dew and sugar cube melons available late July - late August.
Swiss Chard, Zucchini, Summer Squash, Cucumbers, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Apples, Pumpkins, Winter Squash, Brussel Sprouts
Please remember that every fruit and vegetables's season can and will be effected by the weather and will alter their availability.