Beilke Family Farm

4925 Rockdale Street NorthEast
Salem, OR 97305

Welcome to Beilke Family Farm, we've been at our current location since 1950 and now have four generations working together.

Philip Beilke purchased the farm in 1950 and planted the first apple trees in 1959.  Over the years we've raised apples, peppermint, blueberries, cherries, tall fescue, wheat, baby kiwi, peaches, pears, green beans, corn, vegetable seed, and flowers for seed.

Phil Beilke is now 94 years old and he's slowed down to only working 40 hours a week.  His son Terry grew up on the farm and joined Phil permanently in 1971.  Terry married Debbie in 1979 and she's managed the books ever since he bought her a computer in 1981.  Terry and Debbie's children, Kyle and Erin, started working on the farm by the age of ten.  Erin decided to work on the farm full-time in 2005 and has two young kids, Silas and Kallan.

Our nine acre U-pick apple orchard has grown more popular over the years, allowing us to share the farm experience with hundreds of families.  We welcome you to our farm, if you are lucky you'll get to ride on the Gator with Phil Beilke himself.

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