Bohlayer's Orchards
Naturally Grown Fruit and CVM/Romeldale Sheep
Growing a Healthy Tradition

Closed for the Season

We have sold out of fruit and are now closed for the season.

THANK YOU to all of our customers for making this a great year.  This was our first year using only natural and certified organic sprays.  It wasn't without its challenges, but we are optimistic that these growing methods are possible!  We've heard your requests and words of support and will never go back to using conventional pesticides. 

Have a great year!  We look forward to seeing you next autumn!

Welcome to our family’s farm.  Bohlayer’s Orchards is a fifth generation farm located in the Endless Mountains of Troy, PA.  Beginning with our 2011 season we are offering fruit that is grown using fewer chemical pesticides and more organic controls.

Our farm store is open seasonally and offers harvested apples and pears in addition to local maple products, honey, and Leraysville Cheese.  Pick-Your-Own for apples and pears is available through membership.  Complete details can be found on our Membership page. 

When you visit Bohlayer’s Orchards you are visiting a fully operating farm, as well as our home.  All of the fruit sold at our store is grown here at our farm and harvested by local workers.  While you shop in the store you will talk with one of the family.  Our orchard is the only orchard in the area to begin growing more naturally and with all local employees.  We work hard through our growing practices and our business practices to provide you with a choice to shop locally and sustainably.   

In addition to the orchard, our farm is now home for a small flock of CVM/Romeldale sheep.  This is a critically rare breed of sheep with beautiful fleece.  You can read more about them on our pages dedicated to the breed.

Thank you for visiting our website.  We look forward to seeing many familiar faces and welcoming new ones each harvest season.  Enjoy the colors of autumn, memories with your family and friends, and of course……..the fresh, local fruit.

Best Wishes,
Dave & Heather Loomis

Getting to the Core!

  • Apples are an excellent source of fiber.  They contain no fat, no cholesterol, and no sodium.
  • One apple is only 80 calories!
  • The first American apple orchard was planted around 1625 by William Blackstone on Boston’s Beacon Hill.

   1621 Farmers Valley Road, Troy, PA 16947       570.297.2480
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