Harvest Schedule

We have closed our PYO apples for the season. We hope you were able to come out and enjoy the harvest with us.  Thank you for helping to celebrate 100 years of family farming! We hope to have our pumpkin fields open this weekend, Oct. 29-30. We look forward to seeing you all again in the spring for our berry season.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here for a printable version of the 2016 Harvest Schedule

Weather and field conditions affect what is available, both in the Farm market and for Pick-Your-Own.  Below, we offer our best guesses for harvest dates for the beginning of the 2015 season.  Once the harvest is underway, we will provide more detailed information.  Please check back soon for updates.

Many varieties grown and available at the farm are not listed below.  Please visit our Farm Market for more details.

For your own safety, federal food safety laws do not allow animals in areas where food is grown.  Pets will not be allowed in the orchards.  Thank you for your understanding.

Weather and field conditions affect what is available, both in the Farm Market and for Pick-Your-Own. Below, we offer our best guesses for anticipated harvest dates, which may vary by as much as a week or two. Other varieties are grown and available at the farm; please check our Farm Market for more details.

For your own safety, federal food safety laws do not allow animals in areas where food is grown. Pets will not be allowed in the orchards. Thank you for your understanding.

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER

 

 

Variety PYO Anticipated Harvest

Start Dates

Comments and Uses
Jonamac * Labor Day Weekend sweet, crisp, eating, baking
McIntosh * 2nd weekend Sept firm, juicy, tart
Gala * 3rd weekend

Premium apple weekend

good sugar/acid balance, firm and juicy
Honeycrisp * 3rd  weekend

Premium apple weekend

sweet, eating, very crisp
Cortland * 4th weekend Saturday tart, good for eating and baking
Macoun * 4th  weekend Saturday sweet, eating
Kendall * 4th weekend Sunday sweet-tart, eating, baking Mac type
Empire * 4th weekend Sunday sweet, eating, baking

 

OCTOBER

Variety PYO Anticipated Harvest   

Start Dates

Comments and Uses
Red Delicious * 1st weekend sweet, eating
Golden Delicious * 1st  weekend sweet/tart, eating, good for baking
Cameo * 1st  weekend sweet/tart, good crunch
Jonagold * 2nd  weekend sweet/tart, rich flavor eating or baking
Mutsu or Crispin * 3rd weekend sweet, eating crisp
Rome * 4th weekend sweet-tart, eating, good for baking
Fuji * 4th weekend sweet, eating

 

Pumpkin Pick-Your-Own opens in late September.

We also offer picked pumpkins priced by the pound.