Apples on TreeWelcome

Pamela and Bruce MacDonald are pleased that you are visiting our website. Our goal is to bring to you fine fruits, jams, and delicious baked goods from our farm to your table.

A Happy Customer!Fruit

Our home grown apples, peaches, and pears are available in season. You can find them at the Marshall Farmers Market starting in May and at The Pantry, our Farm Store.


Baked Goods

We also offer a wide variety of our delectable Cuppycakes Pastries. All of our baked goods—such as pies, cupcakes, breads, and bagels—are hand made with fresh ingredients. We will work with you on the menu for your special event, or simply provide delicious breads for your Thanksgiving dinner at home.

Farmers Market BoothThe Marshall Farmer's Market

Find us at Marshall Farmer's Market—at its new location in the 100 Block of West Green Street— each Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm, May through October.

The Marshall Farmer's Market now has "winter" hours! From November through April, you will find us at the "winter" market located inside main lobby of Oaklawn Hospital on Wednesday's from 9 am to 2 pm.

You will be able to purchase our home baked breads, hand rolled bagels, muffins, our unique sweet biscuits, cuppycakes, fresh fruit pies, and more. Of course, when the fruit is in season, we will also have freshly picked Michigan blueberries, peaches, apples, and pears. Lastly, we will have our cider and donuts at the market in the fall.

Visit Our Farm

Farm SignWe welcome visitors to our farm throughout the year. Enjoy a pleasant walk in the garden. Sip hot cider with a fresh made doughnut. Bring your binoculars and take a bird watching hike, or just take a stroll to see a real working farm.

The Pantry, our Farm Store, opens annually as soon as the apples are ready to be harvested. This is generally mid- to late August. Keep an eye on the Marshall AdVisor for the exact date each year.

Farm Store hours are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 11 am to 6 pm; on Sunday, the hours are 12 noon to 5 pm. The Pantry remains open through the end of October.