If you are poor, you can weed and plant for food.

Our address is 4250 Valley View Lane, Emmett, Idaho 8617 (about 10 miles West of Emmett).

Light frost does not affect strawberries.

We are Certified Organic by the Idaho Department of Agriculture- Organic Division.

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The GPS to get here is: 4250 Valley View Road, Emmett 83617. We are about 10 miles west of Emmett.

Farmers tip: Our summer/fall crop is especially large and flavorful, and we always have a steady supply from August, until heavy frost. Price: 2.75 per pound. Open every day, except Sunday, 8 until 8.

Also, we have convenient fruit picking boxes you can take home, provided at no charge!

We like children, they are our world’s future and our most important asset. Your children are welcome.

Pro-Life and Kirsten Richardson

Home: 208-365-4262 C. 208-869-2619 c. 208-995-1720

It might just be an early summer thing when these people sell it, but here is the address from where I get my rhubarb for desserts: 4902 West South Slope Road: https://www.google.com/maps/@43.8522357,-116.6029445,3a,75y,96.26h,62.26t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sVy0eFPTFcUqg6men8BL5dA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

Also, we are planting another batch of plump, sugar snap peas, and they should be ripe and juicy during the summer. Maximum Sweet!

Also,, we have nectarines and pears. Our website will tell you when.

Posted by: ammon17 | May 25, 2020

Memorial Day [Update]

Posted by: ammon17 | May 9, 2020

The strawberry’s are blooming!

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Baby Axle in Strawberries

Welcome to Richardson Family Farm

Our strawberry season runs from Memorial Day to heavy frost (5 months straight), and our berries are plentiful. As always, we look forward to seeing you and your family/friends out for another great year of strawberries!
(We provide free flat boxes for berry storage/management, and hands-on advice for u-picking strawberries. Kids welcome! Cash/checks only please.)

Our four different plant varieties are packed with ripening berries all season long (late May, all the way through til frost), so it won’t take you long to pick multiple pounds. If you are picking a plethora for jamming, bring your friends and family to make it quick and fun!

For a full listing of our other crops (and when they are ripe), see below.

Further details: Our business hours are 8am to 8pm.  Our phone numbers in order of which to call are: (208)-365-4262, (208)-869-2619, and (208)-995-1720. We are closed on Sundays.

This year our price for u-pick strawberries from May to November will remain @ $2.75 per pound for all purchases.

There will be a LOT of ripe berries available throughout the growing season, most years right up until Halloween! Plus, our fall strawberry crop is noted for being especially sweet and durable!

Our super sweet Sugar Snap peas @ 3.50 per pound will be available at times during the summer and fall; perfect for eating fresh as a sweet and healthy snack, tossed whole (or cut) in salads, or sauteed in stir-fry’s/omelets.  Our peas are the  sweetest of all vegetables. 

If you are poor and want to buy our certified fruits and vegetables, we can give you a weeding assignment or other work so you can earn your food.  We are members of WWOOF  (Willing Workers On Organic Farms)  http://www.wwoof.org.

When you see this bridge, you know you’re getting close to the delicious strawberries.

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Here is a listing of all other u-pick orchards/farms in our valley. On it you’ll find u-pick blueberries, cherries, and so much more:  If this is hard to read here, go to Gem county Chamber of Commerce website for better clarity and larger print.

https://mega.nz/#!F9dmAa6A!eqhO3R3vD49RM37jBORrsTH695WWUoIjpuvHCkZnsKE

Posted by: ammon17 | June 2, 2010

google map directions

Posted by: ammon17 | July 13, 2009

Driving directions.

View From the Lawn

View From the Lawn

Please take note, the address to enter into your GPS is 4250 Bishop Road, Emmett, 83617. This address will guide you right to our neighborhood entrance, and from there we have large signs posted on telephone poles, with arrows indicating where to turn. There are strawberry signs posted the last few miles before you get to our farm.

Posted by: ammon17 | July 13, 2009

June at the farm.

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