Farmers Markets: Capital View on Wednesday 3-7
Right now we have over 50 laying hens. We have many different varieties. Since we cant walk into to Tractor Supply or Farm & Fleet without buying chicks, it is too hard to list all the varieties.
2019 Corn Maze. It is 9 acres of fun!
We have several goats. Goats are adventurous, and always into trouble, but they are a lot of fun! We plan on having them so people can come to our petting zoo.
9 Acre Corn Maze
Opening August 31st
In the spring of 2016 we added turkeys to our growing farm. Turkeys love to follow anyone throughout the orchard and if we are not careful they will start eating our apples!
Getting Back To Our Roots - It's All About The Journey
For many years our family has been growing pumpkins to sell and was what started our orchard. For the last three years we have been growing them at the orchard and selling them in Madison and in fall of 2017 we will start selling pumpkins at the farm.
Pumpkins are growing great in this weather. We will keep you updated on date they will be available to pick.
Alpine Ridge Orchard
We are a young family with great big dreams. We would like to get back to our roots but also enjoy the journey along the way! Brandon, Jennifer, Anala, Aspyn, Asher, and Pillow
We will have hot apple cider
donuts, apple turnovers, and sliced caramel apples. 1st Annual Apple Cider Donut Days September 6-8th. Buy 1 peck apples and get a free donut! Corn Maze will be 1/2 price.
Children 0-4 Free
Children 5-10 $2
At Alpine Ridge Orchard we have 28 varieties of apples for every kind of use from eating, sauce, and baking. We plan to add a few more varieities in the future.
Jonamac, Snappymac, Gala, Rubymac, Cortland and pre-bagged Honeycrisp
We have goat milk soap and lotion that is handmade by us and carried year around. When we make goat milk soap we try to use all natural ingredients.
The bees help pollinate all the apple trees so that the apples will grow. We also are trying to add plants that the bees like along with milkweed to help the monarch butterflies. We also collect the honey each year.