9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 30, 2014 8 am - 11 am
Volume sales discounts continue for week 3 of the
Biggest Peach Crop ever at Weber's Farm
Only $1 per pound if you pick more than 20 lbs.
Still an incredible supply of ripe, juicy blackberries!!.
$1.79 per lb - less than 20 lbs PYO Peaches
***$1.00 per lb - 20 lbs or more PYO Peaches****
$2.99 per lb - PYO Blackberries
****as always, check for suppy and weather conditions before you come***
Where: Weber's Peachberry Farm, Glen Arm
11409 Harford Road
Glen Arm, MD 21057
*No Restroom facilities available at the PYO Field
*Containers Provided for Picking
*No Pets Please
*Wear appropriate field clothing & comfortable shoes, ...fields may be muddy & bumpy
This is the 3rd week of the biggest Peach Crop ever at Weber's Farm!!!
Stop in today as volume sales discounts continue.
Buy a 1/2 Peck, Peck or 1/2 Bushel of Peaches
Receive 2nd same size container of Peaches for half price.
Don't forget the still incredible, fresh picked, Blackberries!
Albright Farms raise their chickens in Baltimore County. Their chickens eat the feed that is raised on their farm, which includes corn, grass, oats, roasted soy beans, and bugs they find in the ground. The only things they are fed not coming from the farm are a natural feed supplement containing fish meal, kelp, vitamins and minerals. They are also given ground oyster shells to support bone strength.
Beef and Pork from Evermore Farm
(A small family-owned farm in Carroll County)
New this year, we are carrying family favorites like ground beef, kielbasa, sausage patties and links, bacon and pulled pork barbeque.
All meats are shrink wrapped and flash frozen to lock in freshness and flavor at their peak.
Go to the website for Evermore Farm for more information on their sustainable farming practices and pasture-raised meats
September 20th & 21st,
Each year, Weber's Cider Mill Farm celebrates the beginning of the fall season with our annual, Johnny Appleseed Birthday Celebration. As you probably know, the story goes that Johnny Appleseed (who's real name was John Chapman) traveled about a great part of the country planting apple seeds. Johnny was a friend to everyone he met. Indians and settlers -- even the animals -- liked Johnny Appleseed. His clothes were made from sacks and his hat was a tin pot. He also used his hat for cooking. His favorite book was the Bible. Now there is a good chance that you may meet Johnny Appleseed (or at least, an actor portraying him) when you come to visit Weber's Cider Mill Farm during the festival.
Lots of fun activities for the whole family.
General Admission ticket required for admission into Activity Area
1-hayride, and all day admission to the barnyard activity area with the straw maze, mini-straw maze, Hillside Slide, Duck Races, and more.
We hope you will check back often to see new events and items of interest listed on this page.
Pets are not permitted at Weber's Cider Mill Farm or the PeachBerry Farm in Glen Arm.