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September 16

 

We are picking the following apple varieties: Macs, Cortland, Gala, Burgundy, Jonamac, Zesta! and the last of the Paulared.

Raspberry varieties are Caroline and Polana.

Hayrides run this weekend from 10am to 5pm for those who are purchasing a bag to pick fruit

Weekdays we have fruit picking by the pound. Apples are $1.85/lb and raspberries are $5.95/lb.

We are well into apple cider making season and you will love our award winning, unpasteurized sweet cider!

On weekends in the Fall, apples bags will be sold for $20 a peck bag (holds 10 pounds of fruit) and will permit up to 4 people to enter the orchard. A half bushel bag (20 pounds) costs #35 and will allow up to 6 people to enter the orchard. With this comes the free hayride, free corn walk, free use of the new trike play yard and sand box, and free use of the hay bale jump.

This will help us to greatly reduce lines, and will prevent those surprises of our customers saying "We picked how many apples?"after weighing their 80 pounds of apples the family just picked.

Our own Beefsteak tomatoes are now ripe and ready for you in the farm store. We are also picking lettuce, spinach, mesclun mix, swiss chard, kale, radishes, scallions, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, pickles, sweet corn, peppers, eggplant and much more.

 

 

Glenn, Karen, Ed, and the whole crew at Cider Hill Farm welcome you!

 

 

 

 

 
some of our very favorite little helpers!

Gui, Dmytro, Sergii and Marin taking a moment for a photo op

we replant these mesclun beds about every 6 weeks after taking 2 to 3 cuttings for our baged mix

we can't wait for this kind of color again!

 

 

The fields are bare and snow covered now, but soon............

 

 

 

 

Wind powered goat

We are all itching to get back into the greenhouses

Our sincere thanks for our whole crew of 2011. You all rock!

 
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