Hurd Orchards


Welcome to Hurd Orchards

Autumn Begins!

  We are now picking:
Jonagold
Cortland
20 Ounce

Low Spray varieties
#12,#14, #30 and Liberty


and Autumn Red Raspberries

Enjoy delicious Autumn lunches in the barn
on the weekend.

Come picking!








You are invited!

New Moon Barn Dance

‘What’s Old and What’s New in Agriculture’

Saturday, October 1st
6:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

TAP YOUR TOES
to the classic tunes of
The Golden Eagle String Band
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

and to the homegrown Bluegrass and Americana of
The Crooked North
8:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Enjoy our delicious
Count Your Blessings Harvest Menu

from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

$30
- please reserve in advance -
call 585-638-8838

Cash Bar
- various libations presented by local artisans -

Location:
Hurd Orchards 17260 Ridge Rd.
Holley New York 14470

 Hurd Orchards 2016 Agricultural Outreach Programs

This past spring our farm was honored to have received the
Bayer 2016 Produce Innovation Award.
This is a tremendous honor.  We were given this award specifically for the teaching that we do about agriculture
through our programs - our luncheons, classes and tastings. One part of the responsibilities that we
set for ourselves as award recipients is to further this teaching effort in new and creative ways.

This season, in addition to our current programming, we outlined a four part series
 in which we would discuss more in depth issues facing our farming world
hoping to bring our guests ever closer to the fascinating, evolving issues in the production of food.
We are excited about, and committed to, this effort.

Our four special programs are as follows:

Wednesday August 24th - 12:30
Butterfly Garden Luncheon - Linger after Lunch Lecture
‘Farming in a Changing World’

Saturday September 10th -12:30
‘The Cannery - A Living History Lunch and Lecture"
A part of the Orleans County Heritage Festival

Saturday October 1st - 6:00
New Moon Barn Dance!
‘What's Old and What's New in Agriculture’

Monday October 10th - 11:00-4:00
Fall Farm Day
‘Youth Learning Exploration’