Orchard 2021 season: Sorry, no hay rides this season due to covid 19
*PYO apples are open WEEKDAYS ONLY 10am-5pm.
Groups of children may not be left unattended. Anyone under 18ys of age must have an adult present for supervision. This is for safety concerns and to prevent damage to the orchard. Thank you for your cooperation. Please, only service dogs permitted in the orchard.
While sampling is acceptable, please do not pick and throw apples on the ground.
"You pick it, you buy it" Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation :)
Apples are sold in our market by the pound or by the basket. However, most customers enjoy picking their own during the months of September and October. Remember that apple varieties ripen at different times during their season. Feel free to call for the varieties available the day you wish to pick.
***Please call for pricing and availability.***
Farmer Obie's fun facts:
- Once picked, don't throw the apples into the baskets, place them in gently, or they will bruise and spoil quicker than ones placed gently and non bruised!
- Keep apples refrigerated to preserve crispness!
- It takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple.
- It takes about 36 apples to create one gallon of apple cider.