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  • Two pounds of apples make one 9-inch pie.

  • A medium apple is about 80 calories

  • Most apples are still picked by hand in the fall.

  • Apples are a member of the rosaceae family.

  • Americans eat about 19.6 pounds or about 65 fresh apples every year.

  • 25% of an apple’s volume is air. That is why they float.

  • It takes energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple.

  • One of George Washington’s hobbies was to prune his apple trees.

  • Apples ripen six to ten times faster at room temperature than if they were refrigerated.

  • Archeologists have found evidence that humans have been enjoying apples since at least 6500 B.C.

  • It takes 36 apples to create one gallon of apple cider.

  • The science of apple growing is called pomology.

  • Apples harvested from an standard tree can fill 20 boxes that weigh 42 pounds each.

  • School Tours
    We welcome school groups for tours and information. Traditionally, over 1,000 children from area schools tour our orchards and pick an apple every year. Spring workshops are held to show you how to prune your trees or plant fruit in your home gardens. Please contact us to find out the details and to schedule a date/time.
  • How should I store my apples?
    Store in a cool dry place. Basements or root cellars are great storage areas if your fridge space is limited.
  • Is your cider pasteurized?
    No our cider is not pasteurized, it is UV treated. It still kills bacteria without using the heat of traditional pasteurization.
  • How long will my cider stay fresh?
    If properly refrigerating your cider, it will typically stay fresh for 7 - 10 days. Please always refrigerate your cider
  • Can I freeze my cider?
    Yes! To freeze your cider we encourage you to drink or pour out about 1/4 cup of cider from the jug, as this allows room for expansion when it freezes.
  • Can you freeze and reheat donuts?
    Yes! Store in a freezer safe container to help eliminate the chances of freezer burnt donuts! To reheat, thaw the donuts completely then place in the microwave for 10 seconds.
  • What should I know before I visit Apples and Moore?
    Always be sure to check out our website or Facebook for updates on what apple varieties and fruit is available to pick or purchase in our store. We love our pets here on the farm, but unfortunately, we cannot permit pets in the orchard. A shady parking area is provided upon request. Service Dogs permitted of course. If coming for u-pick - Please visit our pavilion for maps and more information regarding what apple varieties and rows are open for picking!
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