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Pick-Your-Own Blueberries

Sauchuk Farm, LLC is growing a 3-acre PYO blueberry field, with more than 2000 bushes, at our main farm.  Most of the blueberries were planted in 2019, but they grow very slowly.  We will open to the public in 2024.  We no longer operate the Town Line Blueberry Farm on West Street in Plympton.

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General Information

Season and Hours

  • Blueberry season is now!

  • Open on Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday. 

  • Closed on Monday and Tuesday.

  • Hours:  9 am-1 pm

  • No reservations or tickets required.

  • We reserve the right to close due to heavy rain, lightning, or poor picking conditions.


  • $5/lb

  • No cash. Only credit/debit payments are accepted in the field.


  • Rte. 58 across from 140 Palmer Road, Plympton, MA 02367.



No pets allowed in the field.

Please pick in designated areas only.

Children must be under adult supervision.

Please pick only the berries you intend to pay for.

Have fun!

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Picking and Storage Tips

  • We can provide you with a picking container, or you may also pick directly into your own containers, but we must first weigh them empty.

  • Pick berries that are blue all the way around - they will not ripen more once they are picked. Berries that are still reddish in color will be sour.  Using your thumb, simply roll the berry one-by-one off the stem and right into your palm. 

  • Wear sunscreen and drink plenty of water.  You might also want to bring some insect repellent.

  • Blueberries will last about 10 days in the refrigerator as long as they are dry.  Wash only before using them. 

  • Long term storage:  Line a cookie sheet with parchment or wax paper, place a single layer of blueberries and freeze overnight. Transfer to a zip lock bag.

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