About Leduc Farms

Located 11 miles west of Kalamazoo and south of M-43 on 30th Street in Paw Paw, Michigan, Leduc Farms has been in the blueberry business for over 50 years. Established by Roger and Jackie Leduc in 1955, the farm is now owned and operated by their son, Joe. The Leducs operate their 400-acre farm on the principles of balancing family tradition and supporting their community.

A majority of the Leduc's production is sold commercially, however an important part of the Leduc Farms experience includes a retail store and operation. A variety of products are available at the retail store or online store including blueberry jams, jellies, syrup, honey and gift certificates just to name a few. Click here to visit our online store. 

Nearly 250 workers are employed at Leduc Farms during the blueberry season. Joe's wife, Chantal plays an integral role in the farming operation, not just on a seasonal basis, but all year 'round.

We hope you take a moment to browse our site and see all that we have to offer. Thanks again for stopping by.

What exactly does a blueberry farmer do in the off season?

Contrary to what you might think, the job of a Michigan blueberry farmer doesn't last just the three months of summer. The blueberry season is an intense and very busy time for the Leducs, so careful preparation is vital to the success of their business. During the off-season, the Leducs are busy: 

* repairing equipmentfrozen field at leduc blueberries* renovating and upgrading their facilities
* performing equipment maintenance
* performing facility maintenance
* ordering supplies
* purchasing promotional materials. 

The Leducs stay very busy during berry season, but the Leducs also enjoy spending time with family and friends during the off-season, when their work load is not as daunting. 

For a questions, enquiries, and to view maps to our retail stores and main office, please visit our contact page.