Coulter Farms has three major Areas: U-Pick, Farm Market and Wholesale. This site is primarily designed for customers interested in our Farm Market (located on the corners of Routes 93 and 425) and/or U-Pick. Our wholesale produce is sold to a variety of retailers of fresh fruits and vegetables primarily in Western New York. Customer interested in wholesale produce are welcome to send us a message on our contact page or e-mail below. See Farm News Page For Latest Updates
We will list below the produce we are growing/selling and the season. We believe locally grown produce offers the best combination of freshness, taste and value for our customers. During the harvest season we will provide weekly updates on our current selection of produce. We want to provide you with great fruits and vegetables for your table.
Strawberries Starting around June 14. Berries sold by number of quarts. U-Pick $3.25 per quart. Picking from Farm Market: Daily 8AM - 5PM. Check Farm News page for updates.
Peas Starting mid to late June, regular, edible pod and chinese style.($3.00/lb)
Sweet Cherries Starting in early July. We will have a light crop this year, but after freezing out last year, we'l take it. $3.50/lb <10 lb; $3.25 10-20lb, $3.00/lb >20 lb.
Raspberries Starting in early July. . Located at home farm. $ Daily hours starting mid July 8AM- 5PM. $3.50/pt ; 3 or more $3.00/pint
Blueberries Mid- July Call for picking information. $3.50/pt; 2 or more pints $3.00/pt.
Featuring our produce supplemented by other local fruits and vegetables. Open Monday through Sturday 10:30 AM to 6:00 PM and Sunday 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM.. Our produce is listed below. We do carry other vegetables from local farmers when they are in season or to supplement our crops.
Strawberries By the quart or flat (8 quarts) Call for Pricing.
Pies A selection of pies and seasonal baked goods (ie.biscuits)
Swiss Chard By bunch starting mid June through fall
Peas Late June and early July
Sweet Corn Early July
Beans Early July
Tomatoes Our tomatoes start late July and continue into September.
Sweet Cherries Late June through mid July
Raspberries Late June for several weeks
Squash (Zuchini and summer squash) Mid June through first frost
Peppers (bell, hot) August through first frost
Peaches Late July and August
Melons(cantelope, water melons) Mid to late August until September
Blueberries Late July through mid August
Cauliflower Late Septmeber to October
Broccoli August, October
Apples Fall (local growers)
WInter Squash September - October
Brussel Sprouts Late October to November