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No, we have an orchard dog (Jojo), who does not like other dogs. We ask for the safety of our dog and yours, that you leave your pets at home. We are not responsible for vehicle damage if dogs are left in the vehicle. Please give us a heads up if you are bringing a service dog.
Cash and local checks are accepted at U-pick and in our Feeding Trough Restaurant. We accept cash, local checks, Mastercard, Visa and Discover in our Apple Barn and Bakery. We suggest paying with cash to avoid long check out lines. The additional time needed for credit and debit card approval really slows down check-out.
Our apple cider is 100% pure raw juice from our apples. There is no sugar or other additives. Our cider will keep approximately 10-14 days in the refrigerator. It can also be frozen for one year.
Yes. We have our own honeybees for pollination and honey production. Our honey is pure raw honey.
No, unfortunately, we have no control over how our products will be handled once they leave our farm. There is no way for us to insure quality.
At this time, we do not rent out our facilities for weddings, or other large gatherings. We have a party room that is available on weekends in the fall for birthday parties and small gatherings. Please email or call for details.
We start our fall hiring process in early August. Please email or call for an application.
Please email or mail non-for-profit requests on letterhead. We receive a large number of requests and make every effort to provide our support to charitable efforts in our area.
We use peanuts in making our caramel apples so they may come in contact with other foods. Our donuts contain wheat, eggs and milk.
Due to Covid-19, we will not be giving school tours this year.
No, we are not. The climate in northern Illinois is not conducive to organic farming. We utilize an Integrated Pest Management System which allows us to limit spray applications to times that are necessary to prevent crop damage.
There are no admission or parking fees. However, everyone over the age of 2 years must purchase a picking bag to ride a wagon and go into the picking areas