Guess What, Chicken Butt! The Apple Show Must Go On.

WHILE YOU FARM FANS have been cozy in your winter hideouts, we farmers have been breaking showbiz records.


For the first time ever, we have kept the show going through February.  And guess what—We’ll be open through March!

openThe show runs 7 days a week.  Come inside and you will see the stars:  Premium LOCAL APPLES and FRESH CIDER.


Let’s start with Honeycrisp, the current darling of the apple world.  You can get 5# totes of utility-grade Honeycrisps for only $5.


Next we meet Spigold, the spritely cultivar that was released in 1962, the same year that Bob Dylan’s debut failed to make the charts.


The Holiday apple variety was introduced in 1964, just as The Beatles were invading America and wanting to hold your hand.


Mutsu is a perennial Indian Creek favorite.  You can get 5 pounds for 5 bucks, then bake a pie, and deliver it warm to us.


Like “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Sir Prize appeared in 1975.  It is a cross between Golden Delicious and the suspiciously named PRI 14-152.


Rome Beauty is a pretty apple that goes all the way back to Ohio, 1816.  Pretty much the high point of Ohio history.

The Orchard Social.

{ Face-bock-bock, etc. }


If even ONE of you visits the farm Facebook page and clicks “LIKE,” we will have 1000 likers.  Ready… Go!


This is our most “liked” photo of the new year.  It is called, Farm Dog:  Profile View.  Happy Winter and hope to woof you at The ‘Creek.

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2 Responses to Guess What, Chicken Butt! The Apple Show Must Go On.

  1. Karol Brown says:

    I thought the highlight of Ohio history was the production of the founders of Underwood Bakery (currently with one in the oven and parents of a former grumpkin).

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