Our sour cherries are ready and available for picking starting this Saturday only from 9am – 12pm. We will have a limited supply this season so don’t delay! Please note: We will be charging a $5 pre-picking fee for each person that will be applied to the final purchase (cash only – we do not accept credit). Call the farm line before you come out for any last minute updates 540-338-6642.
Wine tastings will be available at Crooked Run all season long. Notaviva Vineyards will be pouring and selling their wine on Saturdays (starting in July) and Above Ground Winery will be out on Sundays (startin June). Come by and say hello!
Our farm stand is stocked all week long with fresh produce for sale from our farm gardens. If you can’t make it out for PYO on the weekends, don’t miss out on farm fresh produce during the week.
We look forward to seeing you this weekend!
We have been picking asparagus for about four weeks. The season lasts eight weeks. As with everything else in farming, everything depends on the weather. The weather for this season has been spectacular. We hope to have another wonderful four weeks. There is no unhealthy “Fat, Sugar or Salt” in asparagus. It is a high sulfur, wonderfully cleansing food.
Thank you to all of our patrons this season. We are now closed for picking for the rest of this year.
We will still have fresh pressed raw apple cider for sale in the stand (first entrance, not the second), until Christmas(-ish). $8 / gallon, $2.50 / pint.
Note that this is unpasteurized cider, it does not last long, and certainly not unrefrigerated. It is incredibly good, but it needs to be consumed without too much delay. Given its flavor, this usually isn’t an issue.
We will also begin selling Christmas wreaths starting the Friday after Thanksgiving.
Thank you all of a great season, and see you next year!
Apple season is here!
We will be open Wednesday Oct 24 to Sunday Oct 28, from 9am – 6pm, for PYO.
Apples: $1.00 / lb. — Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Law Rome, Suncrisp, York, and Braeburn.
Pumpkins: 45¢ / lb.
Gourds: various prices.
We also have fresh-pressed raw cider, $8 / gallon, $2.50 / pint.
Note that this is unpasteurized cider, it does not last long, and certainly not unrefrigerated. It’s incredibly good, but it needs to be consumed without too much delay. Given its flavor, this usually isn’t an issue.
Note that all fruits that have dropped (suitable for baking and cooking, not eating raw) are half-price by the pound, but if you pick a whole bucket you get a volume price. This is ONLY for drops. Good deal for you canners and bakers. Obviously, wash these fruits before cooking. To repeat, these are not suitable for eating raw.
Containers are provided. No dogs please. No credit cards. Cash or checks only.
Please enter from the SECOND driveway from the traffic circle / intersection / whatever it is this week, not the first. See map page for more details.
Come, picnic, walk the orchards, and enjoy a day on the farm.
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For the very latest information, always call our automated line (540) 338-6642 before coming to get the latest picking information, as weather and conditions can change quickly.