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Find a Pick-Your-Own Farm Near You

Find a Pick-Your-Own Farm Near You The fruits and vegetables taste better when you pick them yourself! PickYourOwn.org can help you do that with state-by-state locations of pick-your-own farms and orchards, plus fruit and vegetable facts, picking tips, and seasonal reminders. You can also find the
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Find a Pick-Your-Own Farm Near You


The fruits and vegetables taste better when you pick them yourself! PickYourOwn.org can help you do that with state-by-state locations of pick-your-own farms and orchards, plus fruit and vegetable facts, picking tips, and seasonal reminders. You can also find the closest pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and Christmas tree farms. And you won't want to miss the illustrated recipes for making and canning your own pickles, salsa, jams, jellies, and more. Or you can follow the picture directions and make the world's best Blueberry Buckle Coffee Cake!

Blake Slemmer, Pick Your Own.org

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