Fresh from our farm to your table.

We proudly provide the freshest and best we grow here at Oliver Produce. Located in Smithfield, Oliver Farms, LLC is a working row crop farm with fresh summer produce sold on site as Oliver Farm Produce.We are easily reachable from Suffolk, the Peninsula, Smithfield and Windsor customers.

We begin each produce year with strawberries in late April while the planting of our summer produce is just beginning. In late June through August we open the door to the “ole country store” where we have produce fresh picked daily: sweet corn, cucumbers, vine ripe tomatoes, cantaloupes, butterbeans and crowder peas. Customers can pre-order by emailing: orders@oliverproduce.com

Buying from your local farmer, assures you it hasn’t been picked and traveling for days! We love what we do, and it shows!

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About Oliver Farms Produce

Located in Smithfield, Oliver Farms, LLC is a working row crop farm with fresh summer produce sold on site as Oliver Farm Produce. We begin each produce year with strawberries in late April while the planting of our summer produce is just beginning. In late June through August we open the door to the "strawberry shack" where we have produce fresh picked daily: sweet corn, butterbeans, edamame and crowder peas. Fall/Thanksgiving and Christmas we re-open the shack where we will sell: collards, cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts and kale - cut the same day you pick up!! Customers can pre-order by emailing: orders@oliverproduce.com
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6 Responses to Fresh from our farm to your table.

  1. Pamela says:

    Frost yesterday and today. Row covers have remained in place, and will, until we see warmer days!

  2. Angela says:

    I am planning on canning strawberries this year and making jam. I am curious about your prices. I would love to pick my own as I will be needing alot 🙂 can’t wait until they are ready !!

    Thanks
    Angela

    • Great! I make jam only if we have extras that didn’t sell in a day, or the ones that aren’t pretty enough to go in a basket.

      Still getting things ready, so haven’t even begun to think about prices 😦

  3. Angela says:

    I completely understand. Since I am making jam is there anyway—I’ll come speak to you of course once you are open, I am in Carrollton— is there anyway you can possibly set aside some “not so pretty ones” for me at a discount? I’ll be happy to give you some jam as well if you want some. 🙂

  4. Travers Mayhew says:

    What time of year is it right to order your produce? Or should I just monitor your site to keep up with things?
    Travers Mayhew

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