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Apple Picking Now Open!

Weekend Apple Picking

Cost: $20/peck bag (10 lbs.) Cash only. Can be shared between up to 4 people maximum. Large groups please plan accordingly. Cost includes a haywagon ride to and from the picking site. There is no separate entry fee on
weekends.

Weekday Apple Picking

Cost: $1.95/lb. Entry to the orchard is $4 per person (ages 4 and above). Entry fee is credited toward fruit picked. No refunds or returns.
All fruit picked must be weighed and paid for at exit. Picking site is a short walk from the store.


Note on mosquitoes: the Town of Ipswich has begun truck-spraying to prevent the spread of mosquitoes. On the farm we have been using a natural larvacide (Bti) in all standing water for several weeks to keep the mosquito population down. An insecticide will be applied around the perimeter of the orchard in the evenings after the bees and other beneficial insects have gone in for the night. Even with these preventative measures, we urge all visitors to wear strong insect repellent and/or long sleeves and pants when outdoors, especially near dusk.

Please come prepared for an outdoor activity! The walk to the picking site can be between 5 and 15 minutes, depending on your speed. Wear comfortable shoes, bring sun and bug protection, and a rugged stroller for little ones. See the pick-your-own page for entry and pricing details.


Pick Your Own
Open 9-5 Daily
Apples OPEN
Macoun, Empire, Honeycrisp, Gingergold, Jonagold, Gala, McIntosh, Cortland.
Strawberries June
Raspberries Late June-July
Cherries Early July
Currants July
Blueberries July-August
Blackberries July-August
Call 978-356-5366 for status
Open 9-6 Daily
In the Store Now*
Apples:
Cortland
Cortland - Early
Gala
Gingergold
Gravenstein
Honeycrisp
Macoun
McIntosh
Paulared
From the Fields:
Nectarines
Peaches
White Peaches
From the Gardens:
Asian Eggplant
Banana Peppers
Beets
Bell Peppers
Carrots
Flower Bouquets
Garlic
Husk Cherry
Onions
Potatoes
Red Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes
From the Barnyard:
Eggs
*List updated as availability changes throughout day.
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