Bell Pepper Harvest

Cabbage Harvest

Ohio Strawberries

Pie Pumpkin Harvest

Red Cabbage Harvest

Pickling Cucumbers

 No-Till Pumkins Growing on a Carpet of Rye

Our farm from the air

  • banner-img01 Strawberries
    Strawberries have been grown at Polter's Berry Farm since 1975. We are constantly improving our growing practices and implementing the latest...
  • banner-img02 Wholesale
    Polter's Berry Farm sells the majority of our strawberries wholesale to farm markets and grocery stores throughout Ohio.
  • banner-img03 Land
    Polter's Berry Farm Is currently looking for farm ground to rent or buy in Sandusky County. If you are a land owner in need of tenant please contact us.

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(Mid-May through Mid-July)
Monday-Friday 7:30-7:30
Saturday-Sunday 7:30-5:00

For GPS directions:

Use 2275 Balsizer Road Fremont, OH (the road sign will say 239)

Farm History

After graduation from The Ohio State University Dan and Carol Polter started farming with just 40 acres. Strawberry was one of the first crops planted and is still a major crop today.

Current Acreage

The farm has grown steadily over the years to its current acreage of around 2000. Sons Tony and Steve have both returned to the farm after graduation from The Ohio State University and now handle farm operations and sales.

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Jewel is really blooming this week. Contrary to what you might think strawberries love cooler weather. It allows the fruit to size up slowly and leads to larger fruit. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lots of green fruits out there today, but nothing red yet. We should be able to pick some the week of Memorial Day. PYO will start mid June. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Polter's Berry Farm

We are seeing some green fruit forming. We hope to start picking berries by Memorial Day. Pick your own will begin around second week of June. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Polter's Berry Farm

This closure will be in effect during our entire strawberry season. It should be easy to get around by exiting at SR 412 and taking it east to CR 198, take a left on 198 and right on US 6. We are planning on putting up signs to guide you. We hope to be picking by May 25th with Pick Your Own starting June 10.IMPORTANT ROAD CLOSURE:

Starting May 13 for 45 days - ODOT has made us aware that the east bound ramps at US 6 will be closed. The bridge will also be closed for a short time during this period.

Please have patience and use caution when travelling in this area.
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1 month ago

Polter's Berry Farm

Strawberries love 75 degree days. Our pick your own field is looking great for late April. ... See MoreSee Less

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