McCann Berry Farm

18110 Kishwaukee Valley Road
Woodstock, IL 60098

815-568-8810

Bob and Mary McCann planted their first strawberry crop in 1982, in rural Woodstock, on land bordering the North Branch of the Kishwaukee River. McCann Berry Farm has 3 acres strawberries, 3 acres of blueberries and 1 acre of sugar snap peas ready for pick your own customers.

While not certified organic, we use an Integrated Pest Management Approach to control crop pests, and use as little pesticides as possible. Our berry plants are selected for their disease and pest resistance, as well as, their taste. We monitor the crop for pests and use controls only when pest populations reach a level of potential crop destruction.

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