Welcome to Wright's Farm where you'll find our fruits and veggies are grown in our own soil, sustainably! Pick Your Own apples, hike, picnic options on our 453 acre farm with spectacular views! In June and July pick your own sweet cherries and hiking, biking, picnicing on our beautiful farmland Don't use that GPS. It doesn't see our 453 acres. Instead print out this page to get here fast! Our farm market sells our own fruits and vegetables and veggies from our neighboring farms Yes! Cider doughnuts, pies, brownies, apple chips, jams, pickles all made from our own fruits and veggies in our own, state approved kitchen in the stand! Our farm defines the popular term sustainable because we've been farming it since 1904! Groups are welcome to come and pick apples, meet, just be together on our 453 acres! Get on our email list for emails about our farm! Contact us with questions about the farm and picking times! Here are the questions everyone asks before coming. Dogs love our farm. Bring yours! Here are the Farmers Markets we attend every week in summer and fall! Here's how we bring you safe, delicious and beautiful fruit! Send some NY State apples to your friends in Florida and Texas or Washington State ao they can taste really good apples! We make all our own jams, pickles, applesauce, brownies, cookies here in the farm market State approved kitchen! Eat an apple a day and keep the doctor away. Hudson Valley recipes for your apples! Sometimes we get carried away out there in the orchard and pick everything in sight and worry when we get home about how we can use so many apples! Luckily apples last in the fridge for a long time and with these recipes you can actually cook them youself and remember your day on the farm with every bite. Here's where to stay if you make it a weekend There's some darn good restaurants around here! Other things to do in the Hudson Valley Emails with a theme! Our customers have been coming here for 40 years Some interesting anwsers to your food questions

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Come Celebrate 106 Years of Family Farming This Year! Farming Since 1903. That's called Sustainable Farming!

Great Grandfather Charles bought our farm in 1903 and he, Elizabeth and their ten children worked it as a dairy farm. On July 2, 1904 the fruit stand opened under the maple tree which still stands front of the old farmhouse. Fruits and vegetables from the large family garden were sold to bring in extra money. The first commercial apple orchard was planted 1910, mostly in Macintosh. Of the ten children only Ted stayed on to work the farm with his wife Ann. Now, Ted Jr., daughter Tammy, husband Mike Boylan and grandson, Colin work the farm. Samantha, and Mackenzie Boylan help in the fruit stand, Farmers Markets and bakery.

Nowadays, we have a large apple packing plant and cold storage area behind the fruit stand where you can watch the apples being brought in from the field, sorted, packed into boxes ready to be shipped all over the USA and Europe. Take a self-guided tour of the apple packing plant and storage facilities where our apples rest for up to a year in zero oxygen keeping their just-picked crispy sweetness.

Family Farm Duties

Ted and Mike are responsible for apple packing and wholesaling the apples. Mike makes sure the apples are grown properly and along with Colin provides everything the apples need to be wonderful! Ted and Tammy make the farm market look great! Tammy, Samantha, MacKenzie and Anya participate in several local Farmer's Market and Tammy recreates her Grandma Ann's tasty preserves and baked goods in the bakery and supervises the fruit stand workers. Mike runs the orchards, trimming, managing the harvest or educating a curious "Pick your own"; customer on our whole farm ecology program which includes a low spray technique. New this year is the first of our "Orchard Concerts", so you can come and listen to the music in the peace of our 500 acres brought to you by Colin! A new idea we're testing with local support from Greg, the owner of the Red Rooster Cafe in Gardiner, NY.