Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm’s Response to COVID-19

Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm is closely monitoring the progression and spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Our priority? Offering space & fresh air that you need, in a safe and relaxing environment.  Our farm changes include Online Shopping with Farm Pickup & Reservations to our picking patch/field(s).

Following these rules and guidelines will allow us to provide a safe PYO season for everyone on the farm.
These rules are subject to change based upon updated guidance.

If you have a cough or fever, or are feeling sick DO NOT enter the farm

  • Employees are screened prior to each scheduled shift.
  • All employees are required to wear a facial covering 
  • All employees and guests are encouraged to maintain 6 feet social distancing.
  • Our Farm Market is currently OPEN to customers. Face Coverings to enter is required.
  • Customers can place an order on our website for curbside pickup Friday, Saturday, or Sunday 10am-5pm.
  • High traffic areas and surfaces are frequently sanitized and logged.
  • Reservations for picking have been implemented to manage the number of customers out in the field and help maintain social distancing guidelines. Hayrides will not be running out to the fields. When you enter the farm you will follow signs directing your car to the field. Your already paid  picking containers will be set aside at the entrance of the picking field. 
    • Customers are required to wear a facial coverings to enter our picking fields and/or indoor spaces
    • All guests, including children (over the age of 2), MUST WEAR FACE MASKS while visiting Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm. This is pursuant to the Executive Order which states for essential businesses “require workers and customers to wear cloth face coverings while on the premises”.
    • Parents are asked to closely supervise their children to help maintain social distancing.
    • Handwashing stations are available out in the fields.
    • Customers will have up to an hour to pick.
    • Eating produce in the fields is strictly prohibited.
    • Outside food will not be permitted at the farm or inside the PYO fields.
    • NO DOGS(except service dogs) are allowed on the farm. Pets whose function is to provide comfort or emotional support (ESD) do not qualify as a Service Animal under the American With Disability Act. Service Dogs walk beside their handler. They do not bark, sniff, jump, visit, urinate or defecate while working. They are not held by their handler. We have the right to refuse any pets whose function is not that of a service animal.


Thank for supporting our Local Farm & having patience with us as we navigate through these changes.

Stay well,

The Johnson’s Family & Staff