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Strawberry season is here!

We strongly recommend you call (919)732-7701 or check Facebook for today's hours and picking conditions. We'll see you at the farm soon!

Our normal hours (subject to adjustment due to strawberry ripeness and weather) are:
Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 7 PM, and Saturday 8 AM to 5 PM.

We're also at the Carrboro Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings from 7 AM to Noon.

Strawberry Information

Prices:
Pick-your-own strawberries: NEW THIS YEAR: Flat prices of $12 per bucket and $3 per quart This avoids us handling your berries after you've picked them and helps social distance as much as possible. We provide buckets for you to pick in.

Pre-picked strawberries: $4 per quart. Unfortunately we are not able to take orders for pre-picked strawberries.

Forms of Payment Accepted:
Cash, check, and credit/debit cards




Special COVID-19 Guidance and Frequently Asked Questions

Most importantly, if you are having symptoms of illness such as coughing, fever, or other symptoms, please do not visit the strawberry patch.

Q: When is the best time to come to the farm to avoid crowds?
A: Try to visit the farm at less popular times. Weekday afternoons are when we are usually the least busy. Saturday afternoons are also much less busy than Saturday mornings.

Q: Should I wash my hands before picking strawberries?
A: Handwashing stations are available. Please wash your hands or hand sanitize before entering the strawberry field.

Q: Should I touch my face or eat strawberries in the field?
A: Please avoid touching your face while you're in the field. For this year, please also avoid eating strawberries in the field, as it requires your hands be near your face to do so.

Q: How far apart should I be from other people?
A: Maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet at all times.

Q: How will rows be assigned for picking this year?
A: We will be assigning people to every other row to keep as much distance as possible between pickers.

Q: Who should wear face masks?
A: Our staff will be wearing masks, and we encourage you to do so as well.

Q: Should we come with our friends?
A: You should all come, but not together! We know that many of you love to meet as a group to pick strawberries. This is not the year to do that. Please only pick berries with people who live in the same residence as you.

Q: Should we hang out at the farm all day?
A: We know many of you love to spend time here enjoying the farm. This year we'd ask that you pick your berries and make your purchases in a timely way to avoid crowds.

Q: Are you accepting returned buckets this year?
A: We'd still love for you to bring back your buckets and re-use them to pick the berries you're purchasing that day. However, we won't be accepting buckets to be returned to our stock, please hold on to those for next year.

Q: Can I bring my pet?
A: As every year, pets are not allowed in the strawberry patch.

What's Growing
  - Strawberries
- Spring Vegetables
- Lettuce
- Cut Flowers
- Angus Beef
- Katahdin Lamb
 
Where We Sell
McAdams Farm
1100 Efland Cedar Grove Rd.
Efland, NC 27243
Mon-Fri, 8 AM to 7 PM
Saturday 8 AM to 5 PM
Carrboro Farmers' Market
(next to Carrboro Town Hall)
Saturday Mornings
7 AM - 12 Noon

   
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