J&K Farley Farms

J&K Farley Farms, Kingsburg: Address, Phone Number, J&K Farley Farms Reviews: 5/5

J&K Farley Farms
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J&K Farley Farms will not be opening for U-Pick for the 2016 season. The Farley Family is happy and healthy and appreciates the support of our friends and customers. Due to a unique business opportunity, the farm is leased out to another farmer for 2016.
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chrisanti
Hanford, CA13 contributions
Great tasting fruit
Sep 2015 • Friends
This is a great place to get vine ripened, really delicious fruit. We went to pick grapes, and realized that there is a lot more than grapes available for picking. It just depends on the time of year, but they have plums, and apricots and other such fruit. We picked Thompson seedless and red flame grapes. They also have animals in pens that adults as well as children will enjoy seeing.
Written February 17, 2016
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aakhtfamilyfun
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Family fun, great value, and great tasting food!
Aug 2012
We have went to this farm a few times now and love it! The price can not even compare to the store. The taste of all the fresh items is great! The family running it is extremely kind. We look forward to going back again once they open for the 2013 season!
Written May 25, 2013
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nesng
Costa Mesa, California16 contributions
Delicious grapes and you get to taste while you pick!
Aug 2012 • Friends
On our way home to Orange County from Sequoia, we saw signs that read "u pick grapes, 65 cents / lb" on HWY 99. We couldn't resist and head to exit to where the signs were directing us. There were well-marked signs that led us to the farm.

The couple who runs the farm and very friendly and encouraged us to try the grapes before we picked them. The room where you make your purchase has all these cool antique scales and saddles. There's also a nice picnic area and a petting zoo. You can pick the grape leaves and feed them to the tortoise and the horse and donkey.

This is where you'll get the most delicious grapes and peaches! And they were only 65 cents a pound! I highly recommend to stop here you if you happen to drive by. You won't be disappointed even if you don't like grapes!
Written August 26, 2012
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