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AUFDENKAMPE STRAWBERRY FARM
WHERE EVERY BERRY WE SELL, WE RAISE OURSELVES
Who We Are
Our farm, which originally was part of The Western Reserve, was homesteaded by the Bacon family. The Aufdenkampes purchased the property from the Bacons in 1946.
For years, Ray (Dad) raised fruits and vegetables with his father and brother. They marketed the fresh produce at the Cleveland Produce Terminal.
Ray and his wife, Dorothy, became farming partners with their son Richard in the early 1990's, farming 32 acres. Selling the produce at the roadside gives the farm a unique advantage of getting the produce fresh from the field directly to you daily.
A new focus to the farm took place in 2018. With Richard approaching 72 years old and wanting to spend more time with the eleven grandkids, the farm is dedicated to growing its most poplar crop...strawberries.
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