Apple Picking! Halloween Festival Oct. 22nd
Pick Your Own Blueberries start mid-July. We spray our blueberries with an organic spray pre-bud emersion. After that we don't spray at all! This gives you a healthier blueberry.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an opportunity for you to partner with us by buying a "share" of the next season's harvest at the beginning of the growing season. When CSA members pay for an entire season of produce upfront, the farmer is better able to plan for the season, purchase new seed, repair equipment and more. In return, you receive a weekly share of nutritious, farm fresh produce.
2022 shares are full.
Taking deposits now for 2022. To hold a turkey there is a deposit of $30, cash or check to get your name on the list to ensure you get a fresh turkey. Cost will be $4.75/lb.
Go in the Country Store to give your deposit.
We pride ourselves in having apples that are healthier for you because we minimally spray with non-restricted fungicides and insecticides. Therefore our apples have spots and blemishes. Most apple orchards spray 20 times with restricted sprays. That's how they get the perfect looking apple but have significant amount of pesticide residue.
It sounds strange but we do not know all the varities of apples we have. The apple trees were already planted when we bought the farm. Every 2nd-3rd tree is a different variety. To pick here you need to be ok with mystery apples that have blemishes.
Treat yourself and pick up one of Nick's Chicks. Pasture raised giving them access to bugs and grass.
Our plump chickens weigh on average 3-6 lbs. Cost is $5.90/lb and worth every penny for the amount of meat that is on them. Know where your food is grown.
Keep informed on what's happening at the farm by checking out our event calendar.
We have a great line up of bands for our 2021 Summer Concert Series at the Pavilion.
We are encouraging the community to use the farm for their own events too like weddings.
Local performers of any age or talent are encouraged to utilize the Pavilion to showcase their talent. Remember, we are here for the community.