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OrchardFreshSYRUPS Jul 29
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Matthew Tack Jul 24
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Lesley πŸŽπŸπŸ‡πŸ· Mar 4
Not ideal. Fixed again soon.
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PleasantVallyOrchard Jan 3
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OrchardFreshSYRUPS Jul 31
Amazingly foggy morning out in the orchard
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Dawson's Orchards Jan 15
It’s so n-ICE outside that there was SNOW way these two were going to miss an opportunity go prune some apples trees! 🍎 🌳
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Annaiz Rzepka Aug 3
Waiting like 🀀🀀🀀🀀🀀 c'mon baby #πŸ₯‘
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OrchardFreshSYRUPS Jul 31
Training syrup makers soon, kicking up syrup production to 1000 litre totes soon!
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Matthew Tack Apr 3
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Happy Apples Jan 22
Happy Apples orchards! Our apples don't leave our hands until they are in your hands!
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Twisted Hills Cider 17h
Friday morning Bulmers Norman picking vibes. Yep it’s that time of year 🍏🍏
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Heartwood Cidery Aug 23
Our 2nd Orchard Care workshop is tomorrow - and it’s all about grafting! Check out deets on our FB page. There are still a few spots available! @ Heartwood Farm & Cidery
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Raymond Handley Jun 3
Dusty day of mowing, but a beautiful day in the cider orchard. @ Quincy, Washington
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PleasantVallyOrchard Apr 23
When growing season begins and it’s too wet for the tractor to uncover strawberries. You do it the old-fashioned way.
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Filberts of Dorset Apr 25
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Dawson's Orchards Feb 21
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RANDOM APPLE COMPANY Feb 10
Yesterday we finished 117 trees in the Lake . We've got plenty of scions for grafting onto rootstock come Spring.
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PleasantVallyOrchard Dec 30
Hayrides are just the best in the fall. And I have to say, we have the best hayride drivers, don’t you agree? πŸ“· .
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Country Blossom Farm Jun 10
Look who helped us harvest rhubarb today🐸🐸🐸🐸! @ Country Blossom Farm, LLC.
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RANDOM APPLE COMPANY Apr 1
First of 2019. The trees give us a good indication as to whether the season is on track!
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