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Address Tingleys You Pick
Tingleys You Pick
727 Route 105
Maugerville, NB
N 45° 53.2051
W 66° 31.3600
506 459 2643
[email protected]
Located just downriver from Harvey's Big Potato, not far from McKinney's You Pick in Maugerville (about 10 km downriver from Fredericton). Look for the white sign, with a red arrow, at the side of the road, near the little white house. As well as Raspberries, we have some Haskaps(Honeyberry) in season, about July 1. Be sure to call if you are coming from afar, 506 459 2643.

Below, under "Open To Public" are daily updates about picking conditions.

Product Description Price Harvest Availability Stay in touch
Haskcap / Honeyberry These are U-pick. Haskap is a new b... n/a Jun. 30 ~ Jul. 15 Season starts in 5 days
Red Raspberries (u-pick) n/a Jul. 25 ~ Aug. 12 Season starts in 1 month

We are now closed for the season. Thanks to all who picked raspberries at our farm. We hope to have berries again next year!

August 13: Closed for the season.

August 12. This will be our final day of picking. There are still some ripening berries, so we expect to have some reasonable picking.

Augut 10, 11. We were well picked on Wednesday Aug 9. So we will close until Saturday. There are still some berries ripening.

August 9 We will be open 9-4pm, weather permitting.

August 8: As of noon August 8, there is light rain. The afternoon will be wet, so we will remain closed.

Week of Monday Aug 7: There are berries ripening each day, although there will continue to be fewer and fewer. We expect to be open most days. (Aug 8 we will not be open before noon.)

Monday August 7: We will be open from 9:00 am. To 1:00pm. (Family Business)

Sunday Aug 6. We will be open from 1:00pm until 4:00 pm. Showers are predicted for the morning, so we are hoping that the raspberries will be dry by 1:00pm.

Saturday Aug 5: We will open at 9:00 am. The supply will be limited because of the severe dryness. The berries are smaller than normal, and some are drying up before ripening. They taste good though!

Friday Closed

Thursday Aug 3: Opened at 9:00 am, picked out.

Tuesday Aug 1. We will open at 9:00 am and close when either the berries run out, or 4:00pm. The berries are ripening fast, so there will be a reasonable supply. The dry weather has caused the berries to be a bit smaller than most years. But they still taste good!

Monday July 31: Lots of pickers on Sunday July 30, but still some unpicked areas of the field. We will open at noon.

Sunday July 30. Open at 11:00 am, until 4:00. (Unless picked out).

Saturday July 29: Closed. We were heavily picked on Friday. The berries need a chance to recover.

Friday July 28: We will open at 9:00 am, and stay open until the field is picked over. Our berries are indeed good, but they are not ripening as quickly as normal, and are perhaps a bit smaller. We attribute this to the very dry weather. (Picked out)

Wednesday July 26.
Open at 9:00 am. Picking is still a little sparse. We will stay open until the field has been picked over. (Closed around noon)

Thursday, July 20: Unfortunately, our berries will not be ripe enough to open Saturday. We expect to open Monday July 24, 9:00 am. The supply will be limited for a few days, then there will be lots of berries for everyone.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

9:00 am ~ 10:00 am

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