Located in the beautiful Niagara Peninsula, our farm has been owned and operated by the Moyer Family since 1799 -219 years! Thank you for your interest in our 'pick your own' operation and welcome to our website. Here you will find all the necessary information to plan your next visit to our farm. This includes directions to the farm, a picking schedule, which includes variety and approximate ripening time, pricing and FAQ's. The quality and quantity of our fruit is largely effected by weather conditions, so please check back often to ensure you have the most up-to-date information. Or you can contact us at the homefarm in Vineland. We would be happy to assist you in any way possible:
This website was updated on Wednesday, July 18 2018
We are almost finished picking sweet cherries. For the next few days, we will be going through all of our orchards and picking whatever is still left on the trees. The cherries are excellent, but they are getting harder and harder to find in the orchard. If you are willing to work hard, you will find some nice cherries. If you are looking for easy picking, you will need to wait until next year!
We have just started picking apricots. Apricots and early peaches are not always available - there are days when those orchards are closed while we wait for the next varieties to ripen. We recommend checking our voicemail before heading out to the farm, as picking conditions change on a daily basis!
We have very few yellow plums on the trees this year, and we expect to pick them all in just one or two days. Again, please check our voicemail for daily picking conditions.
If it is raining, we are still open - just expect to get wet! If it is lightening, we will close the orchard until it passes.
Monday - Saturday 8am-7pm
Sundays/holidays - 8am-6pm
Cherries and apricots are $2.50 per pound, with a minimum purchase of $5 per person for every person over the age of 4 entering the orchard. The reason we have a minimum purchase is to ensure that visitors do not go in the orchard just to eat!
Cash and check only
You are welcome to bring your pets, but we ask that they remain on a leash, and that you clean up after them!
We look forward to seeing you on the farm some time this season!