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Apple Acres Farm

Local, Seasonal, Fresh

Our products are made from scratch right in our farm kitchen (or in our sugar shack) under cottage food regulations. Our focus on small batches using in-season produce is by design to ensure fresh, nutritious, and delicious farm products!

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In keeping with our sustainability and local food roots, our offerings are seasonally available right from the farm or from Rhythm Bike & Board in downtown Houghton (upon request).

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FARM PRODUCTS

Local Maple Syrup

Rainbow of maple syrup

Tapped on the farm and boiled in our sugar shack

Each spring we tap several dozen maple trees right here on the farm and boil the sap in our very own sugar shack.

 

Unlike refined sugar, maple syrup is a source of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and zinc. Vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and B6 are also found in this natural source of sweetness!

Sold out! Check back spring 2023

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Natural Self-care

Our herbal tinctures are made from herbs grown and foraged on the farm.  Tinctures can be a healthy addition to a daily wellness routine thanks to their ability to support our body's natural healing response.

We offer several herbal tinctures:

  • birch polypore (Piptoporous betulinus)

  • chaga (Inonotus obliquus)

  • turkey tail (Trametes versicolor)

  • holy basil (tulsi)

  • propolis

 

 

Tincture: $16-18 per ounce

available for shipping

Garden Fresh Produce

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Fresh, healthy, and seasonal

 Nutrient-dense vegetables and fruits depend on soils rich in organic matter and minerals.

 

Using regenerative agricultural practices we focus on feeding the soil that supports healthy and vigorous plants that in turn provide us with nutritious produce.

Availability varies by season (June-October).

Contact for current offerings and price

Wildflower Honey

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Raw and unfiltered honey

 Our wildflower honey is derived from the nectar of a variety of species of flowers that grow around the farm.

Raw and unfiltered honey provides natural sweetness as well as health properties, including antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.

We extract honey in August to ensure our bees are able to store up plenty of this nutritious food to get them through the long winter.

Sold out!

Wild Edible Mushrooms

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Delicious, healthy, and nutritious

As a certified Wild Mushroom Expert by the State of Michigan, we offer a variety of wild mushrooms foraged right on the farm (availability depends on season):

 

  • wine caps (Stropharia rugoso-annulata)

  • hedgehogs (Hydnum spp.)

  • chanterelles (Cantharellus spp.)

  • oysters (Pleurotus spp.)

  • black trumpets (Craterellus spp.)

  • honey mushrooms (Armillaria gallica)

$8-10 per pint (June-October)

Free-Range Eggs

Farm fresh eggs - rainbow of brown eggs

Pasture-raised, farm fresh eggs

Heather’s happy hens have the run of the farm. They spend their days foraging on pasture, dust bathing under pine trees, and coming and going from their beautiful coop as they please. 

 

Organic non-GMO feed supplements their vitamins and minerals. Thanks to their pasture-based diet they produce healthy and gorgeous deep orange-yolked eggs!

Available for $6/dozen

Homemade Sourdough

Homemade sourdough bread

Made from scratch in small batches

We specialize in long-fermentation sourdough recipes using our four year-old homegrown organic rye starter.

 

Our homemade sourdough products are made with whole-grain, organic, local, fair trade, and/or farm-raised ingredients right in our kitchen.

Sourdough offerings include: English muffins, pizza crust, rye bread, whole wheat bread and rolls (6 pc).

Available by special order* for $8-10

*requires 24-36 hour pre-order

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As a small-scale producer, we operate under the state of Michigan's Cottage Food Law (PA 113 of 2010), which exempts our "cottage food" products from the licensing and inspection provisions of the Michigan Food Law. This allows our products to be made in a facility that is not inspected by the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development.

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