Month: September 2011

September 29, 2011: Almost October!

At long last, the Honey Crisp have started! For now they are only available from a bin in the outlet at $1.25/lb. We will also have Cortland available in the orchard. As usual we will have the farm wagon tours,

September 23, 2011: Current varieties

We have certainly had our share of foggy mornings this week. Fortunately the weekend forecast seems to be fairly sunny. The MacIntosh will be ready this week! They are an excellent cooking and eating apple. The Cortland are expected to

September 18, 2011: New farm wagon rides!

We have put the finishing touches on our farm wagon! Sunday September 18 we will have rides at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. The ride takes you through the fields, over the hill, and along the orchard for a spectacular view

Open Farm Day!

Incase you hadn’t heard, September 18th (Sunday) is “Open Farm Day“. This is when local farmers open up their operation┬áso you can see how food gets from the farm to the plate! Not much different will be happening at our

September 12, 2011: This week’s varieties

The Dudley Winter have arrived and are an excellent cooker (especially for apple sauce) and there are also plenty of Paula Red left in the orchard. Both of these will go for $0.60/lb from the u-pick. These are also available

September 2nd: Early varieties

Irene came and went with more rain than puff. Other than that the week has been pretty quiet. The mornings have been very foggy in the Saint John River Valley. The Paula Red’s should be ready after the Labour day