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Thomas Wickham  Wickham's Fruit Farm is a historic, bicentennial fruit farm for family-friendly tours and picking your own produce (we also have fresh baked donuts!)

http://www.wickhamsfruitfarm.com/

We will be closing the farmstand for the season early this year. Wednesday November 22 will be the last day of our regular season. We plan to be open Saturdays up until December 25 weather permitting.

Thanksgiving is early this year, so get a jump start on planning your dinner by placing your bakery order now at Wickham's Fruit Farm.

We are pleased to offer live chickens for sale at $10 per hen, or 6 for $50. The breed is Red Hyline. These chickens have a friendly disposition and are good egg-layers. Please call Jen to arrange pickup at 631-520-1528. Evenings preferred.

Picking out a pumpkin to take home is about the most fun you can have on the North Fork this time of year. Look for our hot mulled apple cider at the farmstand when the days get colder, and don't forget our donuts as well.

Wickham's Fruit Farm is the home of local cold-pressed apple cider.

Following an active season of pick-your-own apples, we are closing our orchards for the season.
We will continue to sell apples and pears at our farmstand as long as we have them, together with our pumpkins, apple cider, baked goods, eggs, and our signature donuts.
Thank you to all those who visited to pick apples with us.

This week we feature these handsome pasture-raised eggs at the farmstand, from our neighbor Jennifer Murray. Being pasture-raised gives these eggs a yolk with an appealing deep orange color.

Thanks to all our loyal customers, both longtime and more recent, who came out last weekend, took a wagon ride, picked apples, picked pumpkins, and shopped at the farmstand. We hope you had a great time, and we look forward to hearing what you are going to do with your apples, whether it's baking them, making them into pie, or eating them straight up. We would like to ask if you would be willing to leave us a positive review on Facebook, so prospective customers checking us out online who have not been to visit us before can get an accurate idea of the experience we offer.

Blast from the past: Tasting some cider in the back of the farmstand about 35 years ago, with Efrain and Luis Castillo.

Dog surveying the pumpkins.

Irrigating the young plum trees.

A classic red appearance and lots of flavor are two of the features of our new premium-quality, limited-edition Rubyfrost apples.

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