Beginning of a little remodeling project, as the walls start tumbling down!

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It’s a sweet deal! Free fabulous fudge!

It’s a sweet deal! Free fabulous fudge! 

Place an order of $30 or more, and we will send you a piece of homemade fudge, – made right here in our fudge kitchen by Joy!

Enter promo-code JOY.  Offer ends 10-13-2012

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Get cozy!

Get cozy!  Warmup with a free soup mix from Seaquist Orchards Farm Market with purchase of $35 or more.

Enter promo code GETCOZY at checkout, and we will include a free Cream of Wild Rice Soup mix.

Offer end 9-22-2012

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Meet Heather, at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market

Meet Heather, at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market

Heather is our next family member we would like you to meet!  She is married to Zach, and mother to Collin.  Heather has many different responsibilities at the market, – depending on the needs, and on the day.  Some days may be spent fixing computer problems, – or any other technological issues.  She also works diligently on improving and maintaining our website, works with the online store, our fundraising program, and can be found working all over the market, doing whatever needs to be done.  The computer is froze. Call Heather.  Need office supplies?  Ask Heather.  Need help receiving products?  Ask Heather.  Is the smoothie/slush machine not working correctly?  Tell Heather. Need a break?  Ask Heather to fill in.  Need help making pies?  Ask Heather.  Need a photo taken? Just ask Heather.  Heather has been heard to say that she thinks her job is mainly to help Kristin, and that is exactly what she does!  Thank you Heather, – for helping make things run smoothly at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market!

It may be warm in Door County!

It may be a warm day in Door County, but you can cool off with a delicious Cherry Almond Smoothie, or Apple Cider Slush at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market!

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The Seaquist Family is Busy!

We thought you might enjoy learning what each Seaquist family member does during the winter months.  You may think that we leave Door County, and put all thoughts of cherries, tractors, pies, jams and apples on the back burner, as we head out of town.  We all do try to get away for a week or two, but we are busy in the winter, getting ready for the next season.

We will tell you about our family in a very diplomatic way – from the oldest to the youngest!  So, today we will fill you in on Dale Seaquist, the patriarch of Seaquist Orchards, Seaquist Orchards Farm Market, and our family.

Most of you know Dale as the “man in the back who samples the apples” – and that’s who he is alright, along with so much more!

Dale’s comment about winter often goes like this, “There are two things the matter with winter:  it’s too short, and there is never enough snow.”  This winter seems to exemplify that more than any other winter in recent history.  We have had very little snow this year, – and the days seem to be filled and flying by.  Dale took off on his motorcycle shortly after the market closed for the season in October, for what he considers to be a relatively short trip – to Alabama to see some family members. He and Kristin have also taken a couple of shorter road trips, and have a few things in the works yet, as far as traveling goes.

Much of Dale’s time is spent repairing, building and dreaming about what we can do next in our family business.  He’s the inventor of the family, and has built some amazing things over the years!

Right now, Dale is working on restoring a 1930 Model N Fordson, like the first tractor Dale drove.  You will have to see it when you come to the market this next season – it’s quite the tractor!

Dale will likely never retire from being a farmerImage  Why would he?  He loves what he is doing!