Log Cabin Orchard is a small family owned orchard nestled on the eastern edge of the Kettle Moraine Forest. We strive to produce fruit that has a minimal impact on the environment and is sustainable so our future generations can enjoy what nature provides us.
Our daughter had a beautiful wedding this past Saturday,

This coming Wednesday (10/15) and Saturday(10/19) we will again be at the Sheboygan Farmers' Market, 8AM to 2PM. We will have our Apple Cider Mini-Donuts only at the Saturday Market.

We still have McIntosh and Cortland apples on the trees for U-pick on Sunday, 10/20 noon to 5PM at the orchard.

We have HoneyCrisp, Zestar, Cortland, Golden Russet and McIntosh Apples for sale along with our fresh pressed Apple Cider.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sheboygan-Farmers-Market/143880762324381


You can always call ahead and stop by to pick up our products at our house/farm.

Listing last updated on Oct 14, 2019


Fall Market Schedule: Wednesday and Saturday: Sheboygan Fountain Park-8AM to 2PM Saturday: Fox Point North Shore Congregational Church-8AM to Noon Sundays: U-pick and Roadside stand- noon to 5PM


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Schedule and Location:

Winter Markets starting Nov 5th.

Sheboygan: 1st and 3rd Saturday's, 9:00AM to 1:00PM at the First Congregational Church U.C.C., 310 Bluff Ave. Sheboygan, WI.

Oconomowoc Winter Famers' Market held at the Oconomowoc High School located at 641 E. Forest St, Oconomowoc, WI, 9:30AM to 1:PM.






Schedule and Location:

Open Sunday's, noon to 5PM until the end of October.

N4797 County Rd E. 3/4 mi south of STH 67 or 3 miles North of STH28.

GPS co-ordinates: 43.714646, -87.990535

Schedule and Location:

Open Sunday's, noon to 5PM until the end of October.

N4797 County Rd E. 3/4 mi south of STH 67 or 3 miles North of STH28.

GPS Co-ordinates: 43.714646, -87.990535



























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Wintertime in the Orchard

2016-01-11

Now that we've had our first cold snap, we will be starting pruning the apple tree.  Trees need to be 'cold hardened' before pruning.  If they are not cold hardened, the pruning process will stimulate the trees and when we eventually get a cold spell, the trees may be damaged.... [more]


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