Our HOME orchard on John’s Road near Clavet will be open July 30 to August 3, 7 am to 9 pm daily. Come early for the best picking!
This year’s bloom was a bit behind schedule, but with more rain and some sunny days we anticipate that we will be open in:
- Clavet starting the first week of August, and
- Bruno starting on Bruno Cherry Sunday. August 7th 2022
Cherries are best picked in the morning before the temperature rises about 20 degrees Celsius. Evening picking is better on cool days than on hot ones.
Try these videos for hand pitting hacks:
- 3 Easy Ways How to Pit Cherries
- Pitting Cherries with a Straw the Easy Way
- Easy Way To Pit Cherries Without Using A Cherry Pitter
- Tips for pitting cherries without a pitter
Bring your 4 litre pails, water bottle, sunscreen and mosquito spray. If you forget your pails, we will have a limited supply of empty 10 litre pails for you to purchase.
Watch our social media for additional details.
- $18 for 4 litres u pick
- $22 for 4 litres “we pick”. (Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book.)
A 4 litre pail of cherries generally weighs 6 pounds – a great price for fresh local produce!
Our company is changing, and we are so excited to share the news with our Saskatchewan customers! To meet Saskatchewan demand, we will be extending our u-pick availability in Clavet and Bruno next season.
Watch our website and social media for details, and get your picking pails ready!!!
2021 U PICK opens This WEEKEND! July 23rd, 24th, 25th.
We have two locations for u pick this year!
You can chose to visit us at our home farm near Clavet or at the Ursuline Covent orchard in Bruno.
Bring your 4 litre pail, sunscreen and water bottle.
This years price is $15 per 4 litre pail.
Details for Home Farm:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday July 23-25, 7 am to noon and 6-9 pm. There may be additional days depending on weather. Find us on google maps by searching Everyday Farms.
Details for Bruno:
Sunday July 25, and July 29-30. August 1st and 2nd. 8 am to dark. The orchard is north east of the Ursuline Covent (St Therese institute of Faith and Mission) by the graveyard.
Are you a grower? A processor? Interested in building the prairie tart cherry industry? Consider joining CCPI. Visit www.cherryproducers.ca