About Stutzman Farms
Four Generations of Farming
After many years driving a bread truck for Harris-Boyer, Guy D. Stutzman purchased his first farm in 1936. He would later go on to farm more than 1,500 acres of potatoes and cabbage around Indiana County.
For Guy, farming was more than just a job — it was a way to provide for his community. Guy passed his love of farming on to his son, Ralph. In the 1980s, Ralph decided to venture into something new: berry farming.
About Berry Hill
"Berry Hill" is the name we affectionately call our hillside blueberry patch in Penn Run, PA. When Ralph began the berry farm, he had two locations: one in Penn Run (our current location) and a valley of U-Pick strawberries along Sixth Street in Indiana, PA.
As Ralph grew older, he decided to focus his energy on the beautiful blueberry patch he cultivated on Berry Hill. With the help of his wife, children, son-in-law & daughter-in-law, the family also began a new "berry venture." For a period of time, they bottled and sold jams & jellies (and even slung some strawberry shortcake on the side).
Today, under the ownership of Ralph's son, daughter-in-law, and grand-daughters, Berry Hill serves as a beacon of family-fun and welcomes visitors from all around Western Pennsylvania each summer.