4344 13 MILE ROAD NW , SPARTA, MI 49345 PH. 616-887-2404 

                     steffensfarm@gmail.com

The fall season begins and the market is now open. We are open from September 1st through Halloween, Tuesday through Sunday 11am-6pm.

We look forward to seeing you this season.


U-pick and in the market pricing

APPLES EXCEPT HONEYCRISP

1/2 Peck $5

Peck $9.50

1/2 Bushel $15

Bushel $25

HONEYCRISP PRICING

1/2 Peck $10

Peck $18

1/2 Bushel $30

Bushel $50


In the market 


Frozen pie varieties include cherry, apple, strawberry-rhubarb, blueberry and peach.

We have crocheted hats and headbands.

We still have many towel toppers in different colors, scrubbies and dishcloths.

We carry lovable stuffed animals for the little ones.

We continue to carry our delicious Steffens Orchards  jams and fruit butters.  We also carry jams and butters that are sweetened with juice rather than sugar. Check out our free samples by the jams.

Local honey is available.

We have added a new product this year that we are so excited for you to purchase Sallyeander soaps.


   Steffens Orchard Market

*U-Pick

Approximate 2017 Harvest Dates are below:

HANDICAPPED PARKING AVAILABLE

ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE MARKET.

IF YOU COME IN THE EAST ENTRANCE, JUST GO AROUND BEHIND THE BARN TO THE WEST DOOR.


OPEN: SEPTEMBER 1 - OCTOBER 31st (TUESDAY - SUNDAY) 11 TO 6 PM CLOSED MONDAYS

STEFFENS ORCHARD MARKET, LLC, 4344 13 MILE ROAD, SPARTA, MI 49345
OPEN: SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER
TUESDAY - SUNDAY, 11 TO 6 PM CLOSED MONDAYS

Call Us !

616-887-2404

SEPT

1ST - BLONDIE

5TH-GALA

6TH MCINTOSH

15TH HONEYCRISP

23RD CORTLAND

26TH RED DELICIOUS

28TH JONAGOLD*

28TH GOLDEN DELICIOUS*

 OCTOBER

4TH FUJI

10TH IDA RED

20TH PINK LADY

  30TH CAMEO


 The apples look great and you can't beat the taste of a delicious Michigan apple.  Different apple varieties will become available as they ripen.
Are you looking for an apple to make applesauce or pies with? We have several choices.  Northern Spy, Ida Red, Jonagold and Cortland are particularly good.  Many also like MacIntosh for sauce.  You can also mix your apples. They don't have to all be one variety to make a delicious pie or sauce. The Fuji is the sweetest apple of all of them and a great keeper.  Red Rome is often used by processors for baking.  Almost any apple except Red Delicious is great for baking and sauce.
The most popular apple is the Honeycrisp . It is a cross between a Macoun and a Honeygold.  We are often asked why it is more expensive.  It is harder to grow and a very fussy apple that requires a great deal of calcium and
special storage conditions.