My friend wants to get rid of some black and red currant bushes he has in his yard ASAP, so we're going to go over and help him dig them up, and bring them home. I'm guessing this isn't an ideal time of year to be transplanting currant bushes, but it's now or never. Is there anything we should know, to make this as successful as possible? The bushes are full of fruit right now, both ripe and ripening. Will we lose all of the berries that aren't ripe yet, and any further harvest for this year, or will they still produce despite the shock? My friend doesn't know how old the bushes are, but at least 5-7 years is probably a pretty safe bet--the previous homeowners planted the bushes. Thanks for any words of wisdom!