Leduc Farms was started by Roger and Jackie Leduc in 1955 and has since been taken over by their son, Joe Leduc, and his wife, Chantal, beginning in 1995. Leduc Farms currently operates 485 acres of blueberries in southwest Michigan with their main farm located in Paw Paw, MI. Situated on the southwest region of Michigan, Lake Michigan provides a protective atmosphere in the winter and spring. Being one of the biggest fresh water lakes in the world, it also lends itself to a very unique growing environment for blueberries. In addition to the farms, the Leducs also own and operate a retail facility in Paw Paw selling fresh blueberries throughout the season, as well as frozen blueberries year-round. Other items include jams, jellies and other delicious blueberry products.

Founded: 1955

Commodity Grown:
  • conventional blueberries

Varieties:

Duke, Blue Crop, Elliots

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