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Winter Hours Saturday & Sunday Only 9am to 5pm

Harvest 2022 

The 2022 harvest is in full swing and similar to the summer of 2020.  It has been very dry.  The pick your own apple season opens weekends starting September 3.  Like everything else, this year the crop is anything but normal.  The Zestar, Mac, Cortland, Macoun, Empire, Golden Delicious, Jonathan, and Cameo are in great shape although smaller due to the drought.  Ginger Gold, Gala, Snow Sweet, Honeycrisp, Crispin Crisp, and Gold Rush are lighter than normal.  Our plum and peach crop is nonexistent due to the April freeze.


Pumpkins will be harvested and available starting September 17 and should be in good shape due to the dry season.  Remember last year being so wet the pumpkins and winter squash were prone to premature breakdown.


The barnyard renovation is complete with the new calf pen open and drainage work complete.  The resident calf “Fur Ball” was born many weeks premature requiring special leg braces for her knees to develop.  The pens out front have 4-H calves Norm and Feliz and miniature horses Peanut and Coco.  The apple picking trail is open.  Enjoy our beautiful woodland.


As the holiday season approaches, we are taking orders for our homegrown fresh-frozen turkeys.  We are also taking orders for custom cut sides of beef for availability in early 2023.  The meat CSA that started this year has exceeded our expectations.  We have openings for the winter/spring program.  Stop in and we can explain its features.


We look forward to the autumn season and help from our coming-of-age grandkids.

Please support our local, family farm. 


Open Daily April 1st thru December 23rd 9:00 am to 5:00 pm


Winter Hours:  January thru March Saturday and Sunday Only 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

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