Moll's Berry Farm
29098 Mnnesota Hwy. 78

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Wednesday
Jun032015

CLOSED PERMANENTLY

Sunday
Jan042015

To All Our Friends And Customers

The time has come for Debbie and I to retire from berry production.  Beginning in the spring of 2015, Molls Berry Farm will no longer be open to the public for strawberry and raspberry picking.

We are thankful to and value those who have patronized our berry farm over the years.  Many of you have become friends and we are grateful for that, but we will miss all of you.

God's blessings to all!

Robert and Debbie Moll
Molls Berry Farm 

Wednesday
Jul302014

Thanks for Your Support!

 

The 2014 raspberry season at Moll’s Berry Farm is now officially over.   Our family is very grateful for your support and patronage throughout the 2014 strawberry and raspberry picking season, and we sincerely want to say a very big THANK YOU to all our customers!   Enjoy the rest of your summer, and may God bless you.

                      - Rob and Debbie Moll

 

Monday
Jul212014

It's time for RASPBERRIES!


Thanks for making the 2014 Strawberry Season a good one!   We appreciate your support and want to say "thanks" now that the strawberry picking is over.

Now for the GOOD NEWS... Raspberry Season is now officially in full swing, and it looks like it will be a good crop!   So come on in, and fill yer berry buckets!   You will notice we have now modified our picking hours. We also suggest you call ahead because we may need to close for a day now and then, to allow more berries to ripen (depending on how heavily picked they get).

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Saturday
Jul052014

The strawberry crop has been heavily picked over the last few days.   More berries will be available on Monday, but quantities are much less going into the middle of the second week of picking.

Our raspberry crop is looking good and will be ready to begin picking in about a week to ten days.

As always, we encourage you to call for the current picking conditions.