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 HOURS

Wednesday - Monday

9am - 5pm*

*Last entry at 4pm

CLOSED TUESDAYS

  • Bring your own containers or purchase them at check-in.

  • No pets allowed.

  • No buses, RVs, full size vans or other large vehicles.

 


 

 

NOW PICKING

UPDATED 10/1

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Apples

$1.00/lb

Ashmead's Kernel | Cordera | Cortland | Early Fuji | Empire | Firecracker | Golden Delicious | Ludacrisp | Macoun | McIntosh (Mac) | Red Delicious | Rosalee | Rubyfrost | Snowsweet

 

 Good picking. Will continue about a week. More varieties coming soon.

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Concord Grapes

$4.00/lb

Good picking. Will continue about 1 more week.

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Fall Strawberries

$4.00/lb

Ok picking. Will continue until they freeze.

Cherry Tomatos

Cherry & Grape Tomatoes

$2.50/lb

Ok picking. Will continue until about mid-October.

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Zucchini

$2.00/lb

Ok picking. This will likely be the last weekend.

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Winter Squash

$0.60/lb

Spaghetti, Butternut, Acorn, Hubbard*. Good picking. Will continue through October.

*Hubbard squash is $0.40/lb

Cauliflower

Cauliflower

$2.00/lb

Ok picking. Will continue 1-2 weeks.

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Broccoli

$2.00/lb

Good picking. Will continue 1-2 weeks.

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Pumpkins

$0.40/lb

Good picking. Will continue thru October.

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Chestnuts

$8.00/lb

Chestnuts are ready to eat when they fall naturally out of the burr to the ground. Harvest from the ground. Will continue 1-2 weeks.

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Hot Peppers

Prices vary with variety

Good picking. Will continue thru October.

Poblano & Banana = $2.50/lb

Jalapeno = $3.00/lb

Super Chili = $5.00/lb

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Bell Peppers

$2.50/lb

Good picking. Will continue thru October.

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Tomatoes

$2.50/lb

Tough picking at the moment. Will continue until about mid-October.

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Kale

$3.00/lb

Great picking. Will continue until it freezes.

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String Beans

$2.00/lb

Green & yellow. Ok picking. Will continue until they freeze.

UP NEXT

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Kiwi Berries

$TBD

Mid-October.

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Apples

$1.00/lb

More varieties will be ready throughout October.

Golden Russet, Northern Spy, Pink Lady next weekend. Idared in 1-2 weeks.

DONE FOR THE SEASON

Peas

Beets

Rhubarb

Sweet Cherries

Sour Cherries

Shiro Plums

Nectarines

Cucumbers

Black Raspberries

Blueberries

Peaches

Nectarines

Table Grapes

Picking Containers for Purchase

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FLAT | $0.75

Holds approx. 10 - 15 lbs produce

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QUART | $0.20

Holds approx. 1.5 lbs produce

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4-QUART | $1.00

Holds approx. 5 - 8 lbs produce

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PINT | $0.15

Holds approx. 0.75 lbs produce

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1/2 BUSHEL BAG | $0.75

Holds approx. 18-25 lbs produce

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REUSABLE BAG | $7.50

Holds approx. 20-30 lbs produce

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is your farm organic?

A: No, it's not organic. We have a small area outside of our PYO farm where we're growing organic apple trees, but for the majority of our farm we follow low-spray & IPM* practices.

*Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is the management of agricultural and horticultural pests that minimizes the use of chemicals and emphasizes natural and low-toxicity methods (such as the use of crop rotation and beneficial predatory insects). The goal of IPM is not necessarily to eradicate or eliminate pests, but to strengthen and stabilize the landscape (ecosystem) so that conditions are favorable for plants but unfavorable for pests.

Q: Should I wash my produce before I eat it?

A: Yes. This is always a good practice, no matter where you get your produce from! Please remember you must also pay for all produce before eating it.
 

Q: Can I bring my dog?

A: Due to federal health & safety regulations, pets are not allowed on our farm.
 

Q: Can we have a picnic?

A: No, picnics & BBQs are not permitted. Once you checkout and pay for your produce, you're welcome to park and use our picnic tables near the farm store.

Q: Do you have bathrooms?

A: Yes. We have two bathrooms available inside our farm store, as well as several porta potties throughout the orchard.

Q: Do you offer hayrides?

A: No, we do not offer hayrides at this time.

Q: Do you accept credit cards?

A: Yes, we accept all major credit and debit cards, as well as cash. We do not accept personal checks, EBT, or farmers market nutrition program coupons.

Release of Liability

Samascott Orchards is an active farming operation; all guests enter at their own risk. As a condition of being permitted to enter the property all guests hereby RELEASE, WAIVE AND DISCHARGE the Owners and Staff from any and all liability, claims, demands or causes of action now and hereafter for any and all injuries to his or her person or property and for damages including but not limited to those injuries or damages caused by negligence of the Owners and Staff.

FRUIT​S​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

​Strawberries
Fall Strawberries
Sweet Cherries
Sour Cherries
Black Raspberries
Blueberries
Peaches
Plums
Pears
Apples
Concord Grapes
APPROX. AVAILABILITY**
June - July
July thru October
July
July

July
July & August
July & August
August & September
August thru October
August thru October
September
VEGETABLES
Rhubarb
Peas (snap, shell)
Summer Squash

String Beans
Greenhouse Tomatoes
Field Tomatoes

Peppers
Pumpkins
Winter Squash
APPROX. AVAILABILITY**
​June
June
July & August
July & August

July
August thru October

August thru October
September & October
​September & October


**All dates are approximate and depend on weather. Please scroll up to see what's currently available.