About Us

Mary, Edwin & Jim Quick haymaking in the car park. (1952?)

How We Started

The Quick family have farmed in Thurloxton, on the foothills of the Quantocks, for most of the last century, growing wheat, barley and oilseeds, and running a flock of sheep. In 1973 the Pick Your Own was started with the help of neighbouring farmer John Case, with one acre of strawberries.    Since then it has grown to meet increasing demand and we now produce a wide range of fruit and vegetables on 25 acres of rich, red, soil.
We have always strived to give our customers the best, that is why the fruit is grown solely for pick your own, giving you first choice and guaranteeing top quality produce in the fields.

Our Team

Edwin Quick

Grew up and farmed in Thurloxton his whole life, building from a 70 acre mixed farm to the diversified 500 acres today. Edwin started growing fruit for Pick Your Own in 1972

Andrew Quick

Andrew Quick

A grumpy old man, usually found muttering in the farmyard. responsible for paying the bills and mending things.

Charles Quick

Runs the arable side of the farm, occasionally escaping to Antarctica as a mechanic. He also owns a small electronic engineering firm, specialising in self-driving tractors

Sarah May

After growing up in Thurloxton and a career in banking, is now a freelance gardener and helps the family during the busy times. (and prunes all the raspberries!)