Friday, November 30, 2012

Last day of apple picking is Fri, Dec 7th.

Good morning!

Just wanted to give an update.

After analyzing the situation, we have decided our last day of apple picking for this year will be Friday, December 7th. 

Thank you so much for the great year!  God definitely had blessed us with beautiful apples this year and customers who have so much fun when they come out.

You must all be telling your friends because we seem to have new people every year.  Thanks for the word of mouth advertising!

I will admit, it is always strange at the end of August to have all these people showing up at our farm.  But by December when apple season is over, it always seems way too quiet and sad without you all!!!  It has been fun to hear all your stories and all the plans you have for the apples.

Hope to see you again next year!  We will be working hard until then to grow some nice apples!


Anonymous said...

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Chick Days is a two month long event at Tractor Supply that celebrates all things chickens. Beginning in February, Chick Days starts and customers can purchase a wide variety of baby chicks in our stores and the supplies and equipment needed to properly care for them. We offer everything a customer needs to support their backyard flock.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.


Scott Evans
Affiliate Marketing
Tractor Supply Co.

Anonymous said...

By any chance do you have seconds / rejects (or whatever the correct term is) apples available? Or could you point me in the right direction? I am looking for a good supply for my local wildlife.

Thank you,

Rick Rasmor