With three very full buckets (and one tiny one that kept emptying into Henry's face or on the ground), collectively we bought about 20 pounds of berries at $2.00/lb. That's a much better deal than the grocery store, and knowing that our berries were as fresh as they could possibly be was very satisfying.
There are rows and rows and rows of different varieties of blueberries at the farm. The rows we settled in were full of lush plants. The berries were so abundant that we stood right there and just barely coaxed them off the branches into our buckets. The ripe berries came off that easily. If they weren't yet ripe, they didn't so we got nothing but perfect berries.
Rows of Blueberries at Winney's Farm
There are still a few good berry-picking days/weeks ahead, and I encourage anyone in the area to go spend a little time (it doesn't take long to fill a bucket) at Winney's Farm. It's really a lot of fun and having fresh berries is so much better than buying them at the store. A map is linked here.
Here's America's Test Kitchen's recipe for blueberry cobbler, in the form of a YouTube instructional video.