Borden's Orchard

2841 Valley Falls Road
Schaghticoke, NY 12154

518-692-2370

About Us:

Our present farm consists of 776 acres in the town of Easton in Washington County and is owned by a closed family corporation.  The first parcel of land (23 acres) was purchased by Smith Borden in 1837.  Since then each generation has added to the farm which is now made up of some 18 parcels of land.

In our orchards, we grow over 25 different apple varieties as well as pears, plums, and occasionally peaches. Old apple favorites include Northern Spy, Pound Sweet, and Cortland. New varieties include Paulared, Ginger Gold, Gala, and Honeycrisp.

Visitors can try these varieties, and many more, at our farm store. We are open year-round, offering fruit when in season, usually beginning in June. Our cold-air storage can hold up to 8,000 bushels and allows us to offer quality fruit up until at least March, and often later.

Our cider is made on our own mill in the back section of our store. During the fall harvest season, visitors can enjoy a variety of cider treats too, including fresh apple cider donuts and our famous apple cider slush.

In our store we also offer a variety of other local farm products such as potatoes, honey, maple syrup, New York State cheese, and hard-to-find jams and jellies. We offer fruit gift baskets and apple shipping in season.

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