Available Fruit

Come stop by our 24-hour self-serve stand, which is open every season from July through Thanksgiving. It features small bags of produce for a quick stop on your way through town.

We also have larger orders available at our cold storage, from July through March. Just call ahead and we’ll be happy to accommodate you. Phone: 413-357-8877  Larger orders are available at the cold storage on:

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
8am – 12pm & 1pm – 3pm
8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
Closed

Monday          8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
Tuesday          8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
Wednesday   8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
Thursday        8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
Friday               8am – 12pm & 1pm – 3pm
Saturday         8am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
Sunday    –    Closed

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Here is a list of our available produce

To see a complete list of what we sell throughout the year check out our varieties page

peach

Peaches have fuzzy skin with juicy flesh that exudes a classic peach flavor, balancing sugar and acid for a well-rounded flavor. Peaches are great for fresh eating, jam, and desserts.

  • 20 lb. Box of grade A peaches
  • ½ bushel of “Orchard Run” unsorted peaches
  • ½ bushel of “Utilities” grade B peaches
  • quart of grade A peaches (buy at our self-serve stand)
  • ¼ peck of small grade A peaches (buy at our self-serve stand)
  • Available from mid July through mid September
nectarine

Nectarines have smooth skin with flesh that is aromatic, and juicy. A ripe nectarine’s texture is soft, its flavors balanced with layers both bright and sweet. They are suitable to be used in any recipe calling for peaches. Nectarines are best for fresh eating, jelly, and desserts.

  • 20 lb. Box of grade A nectarines
  • ½ bushel of “Orchard Run” unsorted nectarines
  • ½ bushel of “Utilities” grade B nectarines
  • quart of grade A nectarines (buy at our self-serve stand)
  • Available August through September
bartlett pear

Bartlett pears have a “true” pear shape and taste. They have a distinct flavor and sweetness, its white flesh has a smooth, buttery texture. Bartlett pears are good for jams, baking, and salads.

  • 4/5  bushel box of grade A pears
  • 4/5  bushel box of “Utilities” grade B pears
  • 4/5  bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted pears
  • 1/4  peck of grade A pears (buy at our self-serve stand)
  • Available August through October
tydeman apple

Tydeman apples have a creamy, white, crisp-soft, juicy flesh reminiscent of its MacIntosh parent. Tydeman apples are best suited for raw applications like desserts, salads, and fresh eating.

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • Available August through October
paula red apple

Paula Red apples are an attractive fruit with dusty red colored skin covered in gold spots. They have white flesh that is juicy and the flavor is both sweet and tart. Paula Reds are great for fresh eating, salads, and for applesauce

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • ½ peck of grade A apples (buy at our self-serve stand)
  • Available August through October
macintosh apple

MacIntosh apples have crisp flesh that is exceptionally juicy and bright white in color. They are a good all-purpose apple that can be used cooked or raw and in both sweet and savory preparations. MacIntosh apples are great for fresh eating, baking, and sauces.

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • Available September through March
gala apple

Gala apples have dense flesh which is creamy yellow and crisp, offering a mildly sweet flavor. The Gala apple shines in fresh preparations. Gala apples are perfect for use in salads and fresh eating.

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • Available September through December
gingergold apple

Ginger Gold apples have a crisp, cream-colored flesh with a sweet, mildly tart taste. The flesh has a fine texture and does not brown right away when cut, making for a nicer appearance in fruit salads. Ginger Golds are good for fresh eating, salads, and baking.

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • ½ peck of grade A apples (buy at our self-serve stand)
  • Available August through October
zestar apple

Zestar!™ These mid-western apples have a crisp, white flesh and a sweet-tart taste. Zestar! apples are best suited for fresh eating, salads, baking, and sauces.

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • Available August through October
cortland apple

Cortland apples have crisp, finely-grained white flesh which is exceptionally juicy with a sharp, sweet-tart flavor. Being extremely slow to brown when cut, they are perfect for use in fresh apple preparations. Cortland apples are great for fresh eating, salads, baking, and sauces.

  • 1 bushel box of grade A apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Utilities” grade B apples
  • 1 bushel box of “Orchard Run” unsorted apples
  • Available September through March

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macoun apple

Macoun apples have a creamy white, tender-crisp flesh. They are extra sweet, with a rich, mild taste. Their crisp flesh and sweet taste are ideal for pies. Macouns are also good for eating fresh, and salads.

Available October through February

mutsu apple

Mutsu apples have firm white flesh that is crisp and juicy with a sweet-tart flavor. An excellent keeper, the Mutsu apple will take on an even sweeter flavor in cold storage. Mutsu apples are great for pies, baking, and salads.

Available late September through January