Pellegrini Farms

The Pellegrini farm first originated in Italy, & began its Italian American legacy with our great-grandfather Cipriano. Cipriano's farm was turned over to grandpa Louis Pellegrini in 1921. The farm was a dairy farm with cabbage and beans.  The family farming tradition was then carried on by Louis's son Roger,  who wisely expanded the family business by opening the gates of a section of his farm to the public for pick your own strawberries in 1965.  In 2009 Roger's son Jason began farming strawberries. In 2011 Jason expanded the family berry farm by purchasing the vacant farm nextdoor, & planted raspberries, blueberries, more pumpkins, corn, oats, and holds an annual corn maze. Pick your own strawberries usually opens by the 4th of july every year.  Always check ahead to be sure of correct opening dates.  The cabbage farm, sugarbeet farm, & corn maze are almost always open by Sept 15th every year to the public.


Call & listen to the recorded message for hours & updates, or check our facebook pages listed in our directory for current updates on when the Pellegrini Farms are open to the public.


Currently in production from the farms ~ Strawberries, Honey, Blueberries, Cabbage, Sugarbeets, Pumpkins,  Grains ~ (corn, rye, oats, barley, & sorghum), & alfalfa hay bales, oat straw bales & rye straw bales (round bales, small squares & large squares)


Thank You for visiting


~ the Pellegrini Family

email:    [email protected]




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hours is to call 9063965728

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Vulcan, Michigan