Blue Jay Orchards

FARM MARKET  open daily 9am-5pm 

 APPLE PICKING HAS ENDED FOR 2014  

WE STILL HAVE PLENTY OF APPLES IN OUR FARM STAND , ALL OF YOUR FAVORITE VARIETIES 

MCINTOSH, CORTLAND, MACOUN ,MUTSU,IDA RED ,RED DELICIOUS ,AND  JONA GOLD .

THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL FARM.        

PLENTY OF PUMPKINS  STILL AVAILABLE  IN OUR PATCH  69 CENTS PER LB 

 Wagon rides 10 AM TO 4 PM   $2 PERSON 

PLEASE REMEMBER  WHILE WE LOVE OUR PETS. FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF OTHERS 

NO PETS ARE ALLOWED IN OUR ORCHARDS    

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Our observation bee hives and 20 minute The Apple Factory Movie plays continuously throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday    10-4

Our farm stand will be open 7 days a week from 9-5 til nov 1   

  The 20 minute Wagon  ride is a slow paced trip through our orchard with education signs to add a little knowledge along the way.

Blue jay orchards is proud of its orchards and the wonderful fall foiliage  veiws that it provides and like sharing it with our friends  .  Now that pick your own has ended , For your safety and ours we can not permit walking thoughout the orchards . there are many farming activities that need to take place before winter that requires equipment to be operating .  Thank you in advance for your cooperation .    

 

 

 

 

 

NEWS

 

NEWS UPDATE 

Blue jay is open   9-am -5 pm daily 

We  have fresh apple and apple cider along with our apple pies and baked goods 

PICK YOUR OWN APPLES  IS FINISHED FOR THE SEASON 

 

 

BENEFITS OF APPLES

discovered the new way apples protect cells from the type of damage that leads to heart disease and age-related cancers. Read more...

 

KNOW YOUR APPLES

Click here to check our apple varieties and their best uses.

Pick Your Own

CLOSED FOR 2014  

plenty of apples in our farm stand 

 

 

  

 

   

 

 

Pumpkin Patch

 PLENTY TO CHOOSE FROM 

69 cents per pound 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Fun Stuff

Farmer Charlie and Farmer Phil  are ready 

tractors and wagons roll out at 10 am     SATURAYS AND SUNDAYS ONLY 

 

 

 

 

Farm History

The farm's history as a modern orchard dates back to 1934 when Mr. Josephy brought a farm house and 50 acres from Elizabeth Weed.  The Weed family had owned the farm for many years.  When her husband died, Elizabeth Weed kept a few cows and sold butter that she churned from their milk.  She also opened her home to New York City vacationers during the summer months, becoming one of the Danbury area's first Bed & Breakfasts.

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Location

Opening Hours

HOURS 9 AM -5PM 

EVERYDAY