Hurd Orchards

Welcome to Hurd Orchards


New Moon
Barn Dance
!!


Saturday, October 14th
6:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.


TAP YOUR TOES TO:

Wild Root String Band &

Kubick's Rubes

Enjoy our delicious
Count Your Blessings Harvest Menu
from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

- please reserve in advance -
  call 585-638-8838

Cash Bar
- various libations presented by local artisans -

Come picking apples!

This weekend's peak picking includes:
Empire, Snapdragon, Twenty Ounce, Cortland, Jonagold, Mutsu Crispin, Red Delicious,
Northern Spy

and many varieties in our organically grown apple block!

Harvest lunches served in our historic barn
Saturday 12 -3 (ending early this week!)
Sunday 12-5



Available already picked in our market
Heirloom: Tallman Sweets, Jonathans, Snows,
Kings, Greenings
Traditional: Jonamac, Macoun, MacIntosh,
Gala, Honeycrisp


Fall Red Raspberries and Blackberries
are abundant as well.

Thanksgiving Tasting

As the lanterns and candles are lighted and the pot bellied stove in our market glows with warmth our holiday tables are made festive with bouquets and still life and are richly laden with our delicious foods.
Our cathedral-like barn, beams warmed with the patina of age, glows with seasonal color.

November 3, 4 & 5 - 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

November 8 & 9 - 6:00 p.m.

November 10 & 11 - 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.


Call our market to make a reservation
585-638-8838




2016 Landscape Preservation Award

We were totally surprised and delighted to receive a phone call in November of last year
that we were to be awarded the Landscape Preservation Award for 2016
given by the Landmark Society of Western New York.
We received the award at the Rochester City Hall on November 13th, 2016.

Even more wonderful than this unexpected honor were the reasons why we were selected.
When we queried, "Why us?" the answer given was, "You steward both the land and buildings respecting their historic origins.
In addition to preserving many individual structures you have maintained
original field size and saved many authentic heirloom plantings. The preservation of landscape
requires the most commitment of time and resources of any award we give."

This recognition validated our years of quiet devotion to the conservation and preservation of our farm.
The fact that those more knowledgeable than we saw our work and believed in what we are
trying to achieve is just fantastic! Though we may follow a path that veers from the norm for a modern fruit farm,
this recognition has given us renewed confidence to continue with our dedication to the preservation
of all aspects of our farm and farm life.