Sweet corn season is now over!
Pumpkin patch will start on september 24th.
2022 season is near!
Visit our authentic traditional sugar shack and discover the production
process of maple syrup as well as our homemade products. You can
walk through our trails, taste maple water and our delicious maple taffy on snow served weekends.
You can get our maple syrup and our products for sale throughout the year.
Sale of equipment for maple syrup production
You can get our maple syrup and products all year long.
Pure maple syrup
Pure maple butter
Pure granulated maple sugar
Pure maple taffy
Pure block of hard sugar
Cone: Taffy and butter, maple butter, maple caramel
Pure maple Leaf
Maple green tea
The best strawberries are the ones you pick yourself. Come enjoy the outdoors, with family or friends. At our farm, U-pick is usually from late June to mid-July.
* Please ALWAYS check picking conditions before you come to the farm either on this Facebook page or at 819-281-0406 (phone message).
* Please note that our fields can be closed due to heavy rain, heatwaves, thunderstorms and/or all picked and need to let the field ripe to open later. Thank you for respecting the instructions at the farm.
Prices season 2022:
Pick your own
$3.75 / lb
Baskets already picked
2 liters / $15
4 liters / $22
Pick your own will from 8 a.m.
Already picked baskets will be available from 9 a.m.
Empty new wooden 4 liters baskets, $1.50 each. (reusable)
You can bring your own containers, but don't forget to weigh them when you arrive.
Maple products available at checkout
Pesticide-free sweet corn freshly picked the same day is available directly at Patry Farm.
Choice of yellow sweet corn or peach and cream sweet corn. Everyday from 10am to 6pm.
Prices season 2022:
$1 / 1
$5 / 6
$8 / 12
$35 / sack (5 dozen)
SEE YOU IN 2022!
Come and have fun with your family or friends, pick-your-own pumpkins directly in the fields as well as pumpkins already picked.
Every weekend, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
576 Pierre-Laporte rd, L'Ange-Gardien
From september 24th to october 30th.
Maze in the corn field and playground in
the hay bales
Daycares, groups or others are welcome by
reservation only. Contact us to book your day.
Patry farm, a family history !
The sugaring season
Very young Jean-Pierre Patry accompanied his father and grandfather to the sugar shack located at the Patry farm. It is from those moments that Jean-Pierre has developed a passion for the production of maple syrup. This led him to develop a wide range of products derived from his home made maple syrup. In 1960, Jean-Pierre boiled the sap with a Jutras brand evaporator which his grandfather owned. Then in 1964 he bought a larger evaporator, a Dominion Grimm brand and used it until 1978, the year he obtained the current Waterloo brand oil heated evaporator with dimensions of 6 feet by 12 feet. Before 1978, he tapped 1200 maples to the boiler. In 1978, with the help of his two son, Alain and Daniel, we have installed a collection system of tubing increasing the number of taps to 5000.
Ha, strawberries and raspberries !
In 1960, Jean-Pierre bought a small dairy farm owned by his mother. It is early spring 1963 Jean-Pierre and his wife Jeannine start a new project: the production of strawberries. That year, they transplanted seedlings of 1000 Redcoat. Over the years, they have increased the number of acres in order to meet the ever increasing demand. To satisfy customers, they have tried several strawberry varieties. For several years, customers bought baskets of strawberries already picked. It was during the 70s that picking strawberries and raspberries grew. Today the majority of the production of strawberries and raspberries has converted to the "pick your own". The current field size is approximately 15 acres of strawberries. Today, the Patry farm continues to welcome people from here and elsewhere and invite them to spend pleasurable moments at their farm.
And the story continues...
In 2014, his son Daniel, takes over. This passion was transmitted to him by his father Jean-Pierre. With his wife and kids, it will ensure the continuity of the family farm. His daughter Alicia started to study agriculture in fall 2021. It is with great pleasure that they will serve, season after season, for generation.