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Certain fruits produced in certain states are trash. California blueberries, for example. I wouldn't feed them to a goat.
There are a few blueberry farms up around Chico that get cold enough and on good acidic soil to make pretty good blueberries.
But yeah, I know what you are getting at with regards to blueberries...best ones I ever had were up in the NW. Same with a lot of other berries. Mmm, Olallieberries.
huckleberries....never even seen them outside of Idaho, but man are they good. Idaho locals guard huckleberry patch locations like surfers do with spots.
There are "secret" patches on the sides of most volcanoes in the Cascades. One of the better ones that I know of is right on the Pacific Crest Trail just north of the burn area near 10 U 658442.0 m E by 4354470 m N. No stepping in bear poop.