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SPRINGTIME...

The most beautiful time of year for fruit growers with all the sweet smelling blossoms around.

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POLLINATION...

Time for the bees to get to work and cross pollinate form blossom to blossom.

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AN APPLE A DAY...

LynOaken Farms has been keeping the doctor away since 1919.

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GET HEART HEALTHY...

Get heart healthy with plenty of apples which will give you a boost of vitamin C to stay healthy.

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AN APPLE FOR TEACHER...

An apple for the teacher will always do the trick, when you don’t know your lesson in arithmetic.

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BAKED GOODS...

You have try some of our kitchen creations: cookies, brownies, muffins and more in our gift shop.

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LynOaken Gift Shop

Visit our gift shop with all kinds of goodies, including cookies, artisan cheese, chocolate, jams and jellies and so much more! And don't forget apples!!

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Leonard Oakes Winery

Monday-Friday: 11-6, Saturday 10-6 and Sunday 12-6. Conveniently located right next door to our gift shop. Stop in for a wine tasting today.

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We Ship Apples!

Send some apples to your loved ones today. Go to our order page for varieties that are available now or call 585-798-1060 and place your order over the phone.

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Tart Cherry Juice!

We now have tart cherry juice! Tart cherries have extraordinary health benefits. Research indicates that they can boost immunity, support healthy joint function, & can improve cardiovascular health.

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Pollination in Progress!

The bees are hard at work in the orchards right now!  They are absolutely essential for apple production.  Thank you bees!! Read More
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Blossom Walk

BLOSSOM WALK
Saturday, May 14th & Sunday, May 15th
“Bee” our guest and witness mother nature in all her glory! Our heritage orchard should be in full bloom this weekend and we cordially invite you […]

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American Agriculturist Magazine

American Agriculturist AdRead Tom Rivers' article that was published in the American Agriculturist November 2012 issue: From Survival to Success in the Apple Biz [will open PDF in new browser window]. Pictured are Darrel Oakes and son, Chris.