Please do not come to our farm if you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or any contagious illness (e.g., fever, vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, fatigue, body aches), or have come in contact with someone who has.
Every customer is required to wear a face mask during his or her visit whenever 6 ft distance from others is not possible, especially at checkout.
We cannot allow reusable containers for picking this year. We have baskets and bags available for purchase when you check-in.
Everyone must WASH HANDS before picking. There are restrooms available for hand washing inside our farm store before or after check-in, and upon checkout.
Hand sanitizing stations are available in the orchard and labeled on the orchard map.
Absolutely NO PETS allowed on our farm or in the farm store.
Please be mindful of your distance from others and maintain a minimum of 6 feet from anyone that is not in your group.
We cannot allow any eating or drinking in our fields, including sampling of produce while picking. We know this is especially hard for kids, but it is for the safety of everyone who visits, so please keep an eye on your little ones.
Our farm stand is open from mid July until Christmas providing you with your favorite orchard goods to go.
We also offer a number of other locally sourced products including syrup, cheese, and frozen meat.
PICK YOUR OWN
Our pick your own is open daily 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. The season begins in mid July with blueberries and our early apples begin to ripen towards the end of August. Peaches and raspberries, and plumbs are available on a limited basis.
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PUTNEY FARMERS MARKET
We host the winter Putney Farmers Market. This happens on Sundays between Thanksgiving and Christmas between 11am and 2 pm.
Not available in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Available weekdays only. Please call and schedule two weeks in advance (802)387-5851.
Intended, but not limited to school groups, tours can be designed for people of all ages, including preschoolers. In fact, the majority of the tours given have been to younger age groups.
The following list of available activities. Activities may happen in any order. You select whats best for your group:
Tractor drawn hay wagon ride through the orchard. (15-20 mins)
Apple picking - Individual half peck bags for each student to take home or a half bushel bag for the class ( 20-30 mins.)
Cost: Half peck $5.00/ea or Half Bushel $15
Visit the animals - Chickens and horses (10-15 mins.)
Cider making - For age K+ and/or tasting, with fresh, cider donuts for snack (30-45 mins.)
It’s a good idea to plan on a couple of hours if you want to do everything and you have a big group. Large groups can be divided into 2 or 3 smaller groups that can rotate through the various activities.