Our Farms

How We Farm

As fourth-generation growers, we know the importance of leaving something for the generations that follow.

Integrated Pest Management

Humans are not the only ones who love our crops! Apples attract many fans, a lot of which can harm the apple or the tree. In order to fend off these pests, we use integrated pest management (IPM) which helps to naturally protect the farm.

Lais Farm

Milton, NY

Sustainable Strategies

We support environmentally-conscious farming practices, from the farm all the way to the consumer, in order to reduce our carbon footprint and to eliminate unnecessary waste. We have implemented a dip-irrigation method in our farms to reduce our water consumption and have revamped our packaging in order to use less plastic.

Southern Vermont Orchards

Bennington, VT

Biodynamic Practices

We use Mother Nature's natural design and resources to sustain all facets of our farms. By strategically placing ponds throughout our orchard along with trees and shrubs, it creates a thriving ecosystem for beneficial insects and animals to inhabit. In addition, we have placed multiple beehives on our farms to increase the natural bee population, not only for our own orchards, but also for the wildflowers and plants around us. This diverse biological population helps aid in keeping our soil nutrient-rich for our apples trees to grow.

Rymph Farm

Salt Point, NY

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