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Fehrhaven Farms

Paul and Amy Fehrman run this farm (and farm stand) with their family and the help of a few good friends.  Every day in the summer they drive to their relatives at Blueberry Knoll in Dunnville to pick fresh berries in the wee early hours of the morning and bring them back to sell at their farm stand.   “Everything we sell is picked within a half-an-hour drive of where we live,” Amy says, “except the corn, which we grow right here”.

Summer brings sweet, juicy strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, peaches, and the best sweet corn you’ll find anywhere.  They sell fresh produce along with a selection of homemade jams, preserves, honey and baked goods, right into the fall when the pumpkins are ready.


Ryan Conner

The jams and produce looks great! Sure wish I lived closer so I could visit. Best of luck with everything ~Ryan


Do you sell bales of straw? and if so what do you charge, also is this the market across from Humberstone?

Thank you


Hi Patti,

I’m not sure if Fehrhaven sells bales of straw, but it’s worth asking about. They are across from the race track on Hwy 3.

Barry Currie

Hi there we are working on having a Farmers Market in Smithville this summer just thought we see if this interests you at all…It will run on Friday Nights if all goes well…We are still in talks with the town right now so we should know more details once that is done…So let us know if this interests you…:)

Thank You
Smithville Farmers Market

Darlene anger

Are strawberries ready

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