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HAPPY HOLIDAYS, and best wishes for 2017. We hope to see you in raspberry season and again in fall!  Growler customers, you will receive G-day notices about twice a month till then.  (To join the growler email list, go to contact or join us on Facebook.)

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OLD NEWS
POST-HARVEST Hours:
9AM-5PM   Mondays – Fridays
10AM-5PM Saturdays, Sundays & Holiday Mondays
CLOSING WHEN DAYTIME TEMPS START HITTING THE LOW 30’s & HIGH 20’s F
NOVEMBER: Retail has moved to the packing room as usual. Buying Farnum Hill Ciders is more difficult because you have to run around and find a worker here, but the excellent apples, squash, pumpkins etc are for sale under the honor system, which works like a dream in our experience.  Frankly it’s easier and no more expensive to buy Farnum Hill Ciders at local NH Liquor stores, or the Hanover Food Co-ops, or Hannaford’s & Price Chopper on 12A in West Leb.
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OLDER NEWS
OCTOBER 19th:  By now pick-your-own would be ending even in a good year.  The tent has loads of beautiful apples and other fall treats, of course. Also we just set up a nice half-mile walking tour which explains some of what visitors see here. And of course on fair weekends, there’s still the good old trailer for rides in and out of the field.
MOST IMPORTANT:  CALL 603/448-1511 if you are looking for something specific.
There will be sweet cider through Halloween, we’re pretty sure.  Farnum Hill grownup ciders are available as usual (bring ID).
Other fall treats: squash, gourds & pumpkins from MacLenan Farm, Taylor Brothers’ maple syrup, John Morin’s honey, jams & jellies from Apple Hill Farm, T-shirts, books and more!  Questions? CALL 603/448-1511
IMPORTANT re APPLE ZOO: It’s been picked out for the year.
SOMETHING FRESH & DIFFERENT EVERY WEEK:  Visit often for: unbelievably good fruit, free tastes of everAppleMedleyBLBything we grow or make, free wagon rides on fair weekends, picnic tables all the time, views across the valley, acres of space inside a big fence (kids can run far, but can’t get lost). Local pumpkins, gourds, squash, jams & jellies, but no candy racks, and no pressure. Again, call ahead for specifics!  (603/448-1511)

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