Midwest Living Review
Vince and Bea DeGrandchamp started their blueberry farm in 1958 with only 12 acres of berries. Some 50 years later, they've grown their business into 130 acres of blueberries, 30 acres of cranberries, a market and a nursery. Most visitors begin with DeGrandchamp's "farmer's market," part of the farm's berry processing barn. The market sells 5- and 10-pound boxes of fresh blueberries in season (July and August). Edible berry products occupy most of the store -- blueberry barbecue sauce, mustard, salsa, chutney and butter, plus pancake and muffin mixes. The market also sells blueberry candles, dish towels and aprons, as well as potted blueberry plants and some flowering bushes. September and October sees the blueberries replaced with cranberries. Visitors to DeGrandchamp can also pick their own blueberries. Just ask the market cashier for buckets.