98 Poverty Lane, Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766

(603) 448-1511

Upcoming Events

Farnum Hill "Growler Day"

Thursday SEPTEMBER 19th, 12-6 PM

Farnum Hill "Growler Day"

Thursday OCTOBER 3rd, 12-6 PM

Farnum Hill "Growler Day"

Thursday OCTOBER 10th, 12-6 PM

Pick-Your-Own customers FYI:

This year we're pushing you to bring your own containers by charging money for the bags you get at the farm. Obviously we do not want to sell bags, so please: anything you have that holds apples. Take those containers into the fields, and pick into'em.

There will be a convenient place for weighing your container so we can subtract that weight when you check out.  Even if you pick into cast-iron kettles it will be cheaper than getting bags from us! (If this effort works, maybe we'll collect photos of wacky containers! But first it has to work.)

We've been having very interesting talks with the people who run Lebanon's recycling/landfill operation. They are pressing their Refill Not Landfill campaign, and we want to help.

There are surprising stories attached to every daily disposal decision. We'll try to present those stories in a helpful way for those who want to take a look. So when you get here there should be some informative posters up.

See you soon!  Link here to Farm-stand

Our orchards and retail stand will open September 7th, with delighfully tart Macs & Cortlands on the trees. At the stand we'll have ready-picked Ginger Golds and Paula Reds, some Clapp's Favorite pears, plus chrysanthemums, Farnum Hill Ciders, T-shirts and other fun stuff. (You can hang out up here. There are picnic tables and acres of orchard space, with a huge fence around the whole place, so children can roam but they can't get lost!) The apples are ripening nicely but not quickly, so Labor Day weekend just won't work - nature won't hurry up for us!

As the fall goes on, more and more delicious pick-your-own and ready-picked fruit comes on! Read more

Farnum Hill’s second run of Farmhouse 12-oz four-packs is ready to ship. Our first canning venture in 2018 went so well that this summer we’ve canned three times as much Farmhouse. Distribution is set for New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, New York, and perhaps other northeastern states.

Introducing Odd Crush – Back in the 1990’s Farnum Hill began making and promoting small-scale hand-made orchard ciders in local markets while Woodchuck was making novel, variously flavored “six-pack” ciders, sold nationwide. From New Hampshire and Vermont, our this odd duo showed the way toward today’s wildly diverse, country-wide American cider industry! Now, twenty-odd years on, we’re looking around and saluting each other in this special cider, which brings together our different styles, different techniques, and our different apples in a deliciously “Odd Crush.”

These photos show apple trees being changed from one kind of apple to another. See the little leafy stub sticking out from the main stem of this tree? That stub will become the whole new top of the tree! Here, we’re working this switcheroo on about 1200 trees, through the magic of grafting.