Greg’s U-Pick Farm Market & CSA
Greg’s U-Pick Farm Overview
Family owned and operated, Greg’s U-Pick Farm is located in Clarence Center, New York on 120 acres. These productive acres allow the farm to offer a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, fully stocked Farm Store & Bakery, Seasonal Produce Market, U-Pick Fields, farm animals, and on farm education. Fresh produce, u-pick, delicious baked goods and more attract visitors throughout the season and help families make lasting memories!
We welcome pickers to the farm in June to enjoy our Strawberry fields. It is always a special time for Greg and his family to welcome customers back to the farm to enjoy the crop that began it all! Blueberries follow in July and into August and September, pickers can enjoy Raspberries. These seasons lead to the bounty of fall fun, hayrides, and pumpkin u-pick’ing. Throughout the season cut flowers, vegetables, and more may be available for picking as well!
Each season and process on the farm is highlighted through our group visits and educational opportunities. All ages are welcomed and encouraged to come learn where their food comes from. Planting in the Spring, harvest through the summer and fall, as well as barnyard fun makes our educational offerings one of a kind!
At Greg’s we are always growing something! Groups, produce, memories, and fun! Here we grow again!
Recipe Inspiration With Every Visit
The History Of Greg’s U-Pick Farm
Gregory Spoth has always had a passion for family and farming. Growing up on Transit Road with his five siblings, his family worked together on their small farm and built Greg’s Farm Market. This is where Greg’s love for production and produce market sales began!
In 1987, Greg began his own story. He married his wife Sandy on Valentine’s Day and together they purchased their farm from a man named Berry. The welcomed their first daughter, Megan, in November of that year and planted the first u-pick strawberries in the Spring. Planting strawberries is something Greg always wanted to do.
The 1990’s were a busy time for the Spoth Family. Greg and Sandy added three more children, twin boys – Ryan and Daniel, and their youngest Amy. With the support of their children, families, and friends that are like family, the business grew. Greg continued offering u-pick strawberries and Sandy recommended that the family plant blueberries. In 1994, the couple planted three acres.
As our family grew, Greg and Sandy raised our children on the farm and the contributions of the six of them allowed the farm to grow as well. Each year we continued to add a few acres of strawberries and enjoyed watching our children grow alongside the children of our customers.
Growing sweet corn for wholesale markets, selling produce off of a roadside wagon, and running the u-pick continued to drive momentum and bring new customers to the farm.
Greg’s son Ryan saw this as an opportunity to encourage the community of Greg’s customers that has always existed surrounding berries and sweet corn and brought home the idea of a CSA program from college.