Beginning March 12th our shop will be open Tuesdays from 4-6. We are currently accepting beekeeping class registrations and orders for package bees!

Pollinators and Pesticides

Pesticide Credit Workshop

A joint effort of the Twin Falls Pollinator Council and Tubbs Berry Farm. Learn about pollinators, especially honeybees, and how to be pollinator safe while applying chemicals. Attendees may earn 3 Pesticide Credits, 3 Arborist Credits, or 3 BCMI or 3 Municipal Credits from each section. Both sections will have the same course material.

Class is May 8th 2024, Section 1 is from 9am-noon and Section 2 is from 2-5pm

Click on the button below to go to the Pollinator Council Website to register!

Hiring Youth for our Summer Work Program!

Must be 14 or older

harvesting garlic
Working together to harvest garlic

Our goal with this program is to teach youth the process of applying for, getting, and keeping a job. For more information or to apply go to https://tubbsberryfarm.com/job-opportunities/ or click the button below!

We're hosting a field day!

We will take garlic salt/powder orders beginning May 1st!

Grown and ground here at Tubbs Berry Farm from our own gourmet garlic

Pink and Pungent Garlic Salt
Pink and Pungent Garlic Salt

Our fresh ground garlic powders and garlic salts will be available to order beginning May 1st! If you need a great locally made gift this is one that almost everyone loves!

Gourmet Seed Garlic grown in Idaho! Certified White Rot Free!

Sold out for 2023. We will begin taking orders for Fall 2024 on June 1st!

Tubbs Berry Farm is one of the largest producers of gourmet seed garlic in Southern Idaho’s allium quarantine zone. This means that our certified white rot free garlic can be legally shipped to and planted anywhere in Idaho. Our quality seed stock is sought after across the country!

Chesnok Red GarlicTubbs Berry Farm grows 8 varieties of gourmet seed garlic inside Idaho’s allium quarantine zone. If you are wanting to know where you can legally get garlic to plant in Idaho, we can help you out! We start taking orders on June 1st, and start shipping seed garlic the first of September. Click on the button below to find out more about our amazing garlic! Get on our email list and we’ll remind you it’s time to order!

Are you a wanna-bee?

Bee Days is April 26 1-5 and April 27 9-1!

Beekeeping

Tubbs Berry Farm sells beekeeping equipment and supplies, teaches beekeeping classes, and even sells the bees! If you need bees, beehives, bee suits, or tools, we’re here to help!

Bee Days is an annual event that is open to the public and features beekeeping information, hiving demonstrations, petting zoo animals, local honey, gift shop, and more! There is no charge to attend, however if you plan on picking up bees that day they must be pre-ordered!

Hiving Demonstrations will be at 2 and 4 on Friday, and 10 and noon on Saturday.

Raw, Local Honey

This is raw, local honey which has been extracted, strained and bottled. Nothing is added, and the honey is not heated during the extracting process.

Our honey comes from hives that haven’t been treated with pesticides or antibiotics. We use natural methods for disease control, our goal is not to put anything in our hives we wouldn’t let our children eat.

Our bees winter on their own honey stores, and most of our hives are never moved. You are welcome to visit the hives our honey comes from!

By harvesting honey in small batches we are able to preserve the natural honey flavors unique to different nectar gathering areas.

We pack our honey in USA made glass jars. Jars and lids are reusable for canning! If you can’t reuse them, bring them in and we will recycle them! We currently do not ship honey. You can find it and lots more here in our farm store!

Honey sold out for 2023.

Announcing: Volunteer Opportunities!

harvesting garlic

People have asked if they can come help on the farm, we’re putting together a few opportunities you can do just that! Whether you want to come out for a little peace and quiet, or to visit and work with some new people, we’ve got an activity for that! Sign up here to get your hands in the soil, maybe learn a little something and have a little fun on the farm!

Straw Maze and Pumpkin Patch!

Thanks for a great season, see you next year!

Playground at the Pumpkin Patch

This is a fun-for-the-whole family annual event that you don’t want to miss! Giant straw maze, great food, apple blaster, and more! Come early and come often! Click on the button below for more information.

Farm Update: Upick closed for winter

See you in 2024!

Our main crop of berries is fall red raspberries which generally come on September through frost. We do have some other berries in trial which may produce in small quantities through the season, watch for updates for picking!

Sept. 28. Raspberries are still on, we’ll have them till it freezes! Come out an pick when the pumpkin patch and straw maze is open!

Sept 8. Open 10-9 Fridays and Saturdays. Red Raspberries, Blackberries, Elderberries.

Aug 17: Red raspberries are on! Open Thursdays 4-6 and Saturdays 6-8 in August. Raspberries will produce until first frost. We will switch to pumpkin patch hours on September 8.

Aug 3: Upick gooseberries and currents (probably the last week). We’ve also got a few red and yellow raspberries

July 20: 4-6 Thursday: Gooseberries, currents, black raspberries. Fresh culinary garlic $12/lb, Music and German. Farm Eggs, Honey

July 13: Gooseberries, currents, black raspberries. U-pick Thursday 4-6. Fresh German Red culinary garlic available as well as farm eggs, honey, etc.

July 6: Saskatoons, honeyberries, currents, gooseberries. U-pick during store hours

Upick raspberries generally available September through 1st frost. 

Raspberries: Generally come on the end of August or first part of September. Plan on picking during our Pumpkin Patch hours this fall! Our red berries are large and flavorful, freeze and jam well. U-Pick raspberries are $3.69/lb + tax.

Blackberries:  Generally come on the end of August. Large and flavorful berries. Blackberries don’t get sweet until just before they fall off the cane. The flavor is amazing but they don’t keep very long. If you have never had a ripe blackberry you don’t know what you are missing! U-Pick blackberries are $4.39/lb

Raspberry Picking will be open during our Pumpkin Patch
this fall!

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