Welcome to AJ's Berry Farm
Come check out Fall's harvest bounty; Variety of apples,pears and tons of winter squash. Come try our newest all white acorn squash.
We also have lots of homemade baked goods: bread, chewy chocolate chip cookies, moist scones, and baked cherry, raspberry and saskatoon pies. Sorry but do to homeschool starting our baked goods are more limited. Pre ordering works best.
Check back here or on our facebook page,
AJ's Berry Farm, for further updates.
We are now carrying "Shipwreck Soda" which is
made by Stoney Acres Winery in Alpena! You can
try Root Beer, Orange, Raspberry, Cream Soda,
Strawberry, Blackberry & Grape. Each flavor
features the story of a unique shipwreck from
Our dried cherries, cranberries and blueberries
make a healthy snack and taste great in salads,
muffins, cookies and other baked goods. If
you're looking for new recipes, we have several
AJ's also has local pasture raised Beef, Pork and Lamb
for sale in a variety of cuts. Ask about ordering a pig
(by the half or whole) or a cow (by the quarter or half)
we offer low pricing, plus butchering fees. It's a great
way to stock your feezer!
MacArthur's Pure Maple Syrup has been a family
tradition for over 125 years. Our regular syrup is a scrumptious amber, but we also offer a darker, Grade B syrup if you're looking for a robust maple flavor. It tastes great with pancakes, waffles, and oatmeal, or even in delicious Hubbard Lake Coffee. We offer a variety of their rich, flavored coffee.
We have used your favorite berries in many different jams that you will find on our shelves, including: Strawberry, Strawberry Rhubarb, Raspberry, Triple Raspberry, Saskatoon, Blueberry, Peach, Cherry, Apricot, Currant, Hot Pepper Peach and Seedless Raspberry Jelly. If you'd rather make your own jam, we have all the supplies you'll need, including: jars, lids and various pectins. You will also find candles, Hubbard Lake Coffee, Pour Boy's Honey and Moomers Ice Cream made with our very own fruit.
What can I find at AJ’s?
Maple Syrup - Year round
Syrup Field Trips- March
Asparagus - May
Strawberries- Late June- early July Cherries - Mid – end of July Saskatoons - Early July Raspberries - Early July – August Blueberries - Mid July – Mid August Peaches - August – Labor Day Beets - Mid July - October Sweet Corn - August – Mid Sept. Potatoes - August - September Various Veggies - August - September Apples - Labor Day - Halloween Fall Raspberries - September - October Pumpkins - Late Sept. – Halloween Squash - Late Sept. - Halloween Fall Field Trips - October
Christmas Wreaths - November - December