Cherries have been important in Door County for a long time. Over 100 years ago, Anders Seaquist and his son Carl planted their first cherry orchards in northern Door County. Now, millions of pounds of cherries are an important part of our economy. The beauty of orchards in bloom is a spring time wonder. Fruit harvest in summer is a beauty to behold, and cherry products are a flavor thrill in fall and winter. These days, the 6th generation of Seaquist family members is busy with cherry production and can authenticate our product byline: Locally grown. Locally processed. Loved worldwide.
What’s New at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market
Special Offers – now through July 27!
||Free Dried Cherries with $20 Order!
Free dried cherries? Are you serious? Yes we are! If you order $20 or more from Seaquist Orchards Farm Market, we will send you a free 2 oz. bag of dried cherries! Place multiple orders, get multiple bags! This terrific offer ends July 27.
Promo Code: FREEBAG
We here at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market are “Jammin”! Order our “Jammin” gift box, filled with 4 12 oz. jars of a variety of cherry jams, and our Cherry Nut Bread Mix and we will send it to you for only $9 shipping (regularly $16.50). Where are the jams made? Right here, at our Seaquist Production Facility! From our orchards, to your table, our products are locally grown, locally processed, and loved worldwide! This fantastic offer ends July 27.
No promo code needed – we’ll take care of the details for you!
Specials may not be combined. Only one special available per order. Thank you!
July 14th, 2012 – 630pm-830pm
Please come and join the fun!
If you were able to join us in 2011 for our first ever Pie Under Door Sky, you know that you won’t want to miss it in 2012. We offer pie, music, a special evening of discounted shopping, and hopefully, a beautiful night to be outdoors. All activities are held indoors if the weather is inclement, so plan to come, no matter what the weatherman says!