Hurd Orchards

Welcome to Hurd Orchards

September Harvest

Apples available for pick your own:


Snapdragon
Jonagold
Mutsu/Crispin
Empire
Cortland
20 Ounce

Liberty (grown with organic practices)
Freedom ( grown with organic practicies)
Many other apples in the low-spray,
organically grown orchard


Many more varieties available already picked,
in our market.






Working at Hurd Orchards

As an energetic and growing business we are always seeking new skills and talents to add to
our Hurd Orchards family.

Please email Amy Machamer at if you are interested in joining us. We have full and part time positions, requiring a broad variety of skills, available. On the cusp of a big apple harvest, our market at this moment in early September bursts forth with color, abundance and incredible fresh flavor. 


Nestled in the rich lake plains fruit region of
Western New York our farm is a part of the long fruit tradition and fruit culture that have so distinctly shaped our beautiful Orleans - Niagara area.

Our farm has been in our family for two hundred years. We produce a wide variety of fruits -
strawberries, raspberries of all colors,
sweet and sour cherries, peaches and nectarines,
plums and currants, blueberries
and blackberries and seventy varieties of apples.

Our flower fields and gardens provide us
with season-long color.
Our varieties span the most modern to very historic; ancient dark trunks and branches of
one hundred year old cherry trees
and the neat and crisp and elegant
narrow plantings of new apple orchards.

  Luncheons, dinner tastings and classes in our barn
are a inspired blending of flavors
- straight from the herb garden, berry patch
and orchard lane -
and a setting that is brimming
with flowers and spirit.
The big kettle in our jam kitchen bubbles all year with glorious preserves, and our bakery oven
scents of confections made with our harvest
from golden crusted apple pies
- to blueberry lemon cakes - to strawberry shortcake
and mouthwatering cherry tarts.

At Hurd Orchards we cherish and express the things
that shape our beautiful fruit growing world
- history, horticulture, culture and folklore,
the beauty of flowers and gardens and landscape,
the wholesomeness of fresh produce and
handmade foods.