Last Chance for Thanksgiving Bakery. Plus, Holiday Hours.

Pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving

It’s been a busy couple of weeks here as we’re trying to get a ton of outdoor odds and ends finished up before the snow flies. And I’ve been starting to catch up on all the bookkeeping (the worst part of my job) which I’ve been neglecting since strawberries started back in June. (If my […]

Off-season Hours and Thanksgiving Bakery

Abbie hugging the pumpkins out in the patch

Hi everyone, I want to start by thanking you all for a great u-pick and festival season! We couldn’t have this job that we love if it wasn’t for you folks supporting us. THANK YOU. It means everything to us. Although we still have a few fresh veggies (cauliflower, cabbage, kale and brussels sprouts) coming […]

Fall Is Here!

Fall is here, and that means exciting things at the Orchard!  This weekend is the beginning of both our fall u-pick and our fall festivals!! We’ve got many of the details regarding our Fall Festival Weekends posted on our Events page already, so I won’t repeat everything here.  If you follow the link you can […]

Buckeye Country Creamery

We recently connected with Buckeye Country Creamery (Ashland, Ohio) to sell their dairy products in our market! We are very impressed with their products and proud to have them in our store. They specialize in a type of milk called A2A2. At the moment, we are selling four flavors in pint-sized containers: Chocolate, Cookies & […]

Berry Update

blueberries on the bush

We’ve come to the fun part of berry season where we have multiple berries to pick at the same time.  At 8am tomorrow morning (Saturday, June 29th) we will have strawberries, red raspberries, blueberries, AND black raspberries all open for picking at once! After that, it will depend on demand and how things ripen as […]

Strawberry News!

It’s finally strawberry season!! We’ve got a few picked berries in the market right now, but we got rained out this morning, so I’m not sure how long they’ll last and if we’ll be able to pick many more today. However, tomorrow and going forward, we’re hoping to have a good supply every day for […]