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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We are picking valley sunset today and they are looking nice! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are still picking strawberries daily. We also have shelled peas. Pick your own is over but we are still selling strawberries already picked. We should have berries another 10 days or so. ... See MoreSee Less

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Pick your own strawberries are officially done for the 2018 season. Sorry if you missed it, hopefully next year is better. We will continue to have pre-picked strawberries for sale off of our late variety ‘valley sunset’ for another 10 to 14 days ... See MoreSee Less

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We should have strawberries for at least two more weeks. We have yet to pick our late variety ‘Valley Sunset’. They look really good with lots of green fruit. ... See MoreSee Less

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