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Orchard Ridge Farm

236 Sebago Lake Road, Gorham, ME 04038 Directions
Today 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM All Hours
+12072390442

You'll love opening your mind with a trip to this cultural site. Orchard Ridge will expand your perspective brilliantly in Gorham, ME. Here you can get the full spectrum on various cultures so stop by today and enjoy a weekend of exploration.

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Report | 4 years ago
I️ hope it’s the best turkey I’ve ever eaten!!! A 19lb turkey cost $99 with the Groupon! I’m all about supporting local farms but I️ wasn’t expecting to pay that high a price. FYI read the fine print carefully 🤷🏻‍♀️
Report | 4 years ago
Great place! Kid friendly, goats, piggys, chickens! Pizza was good too;)
Report | 4 years ago
We’ve had pizza twice here, and it is delicious! The U-Pick apples were tasty, and loved the squash - especially the sweet kabocha. They have a nice variety of local products. It’s really an interesting place!
Report | 4 years ago
Great baked goods and wide variety of jams. Great customer service very welcoming and helpful. Even got to feed the animals.
Report | 4 years ago
Pizza and calzones that we ordered were all delicious.
Report | 4 years ago
Slow service limited menu on the day I visited.
Report | 4 years ago
Informative tour about the farm! Lots of samples of the fruits in season on the farm, as well as time with the animals!
Report | 4 years ago
The BEST orchard!!! This is a family-run, low spray place that offers a quality apple picking experience and unique varieties of apples. Not your usual selection, but don't worry, you'll get escorted to the orchard and the owner/staff gives you a tasting/talk of what's available. There's pigs, chickens, and goats--all well kept and available to eat some "dropped" apples. The store is A+!
Report | 4 years ago
Very friendly folks. Lots of barnyard critters. Food was very good ! Well worth the trip !
Report | 4 years ago
Nice, family-friendly farm that provides varied experiences besides "u-pick." The kids enjoyed the animals and mom & dad liked the cafe and food options! Tip: save room for the homemade donuts . . . delicious! The apple picking was poor since we went late in the season, so next year we'll plan an earlier trip! The farm has many varieties of apples which we weren't familiar with, so signage would have been helpful. There are also blueberries and raspberries available for picking.

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What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? A higher standard. As a family farm, the Bibula family values each visitor and prizes personal service. They grow their fruit so children can pick and eat without washing it first; they cook and bake with quality and personal integrity in mind, avoiding trans fats, dyes and high fructose corn syrup; they source the best local products from other producers, and feature them in their farm market. They search the world for the best fruit trees and grow unusual varieties of fruit, plus a well stocked farm market full of local good things. Featuring their own farm fresh free range eggs, they make donuts and other goodies in their farm bakery, plus fresh pizza, breakfast sandwiches and other hot foods, often using local ingredients. They also raise and sell a wide variety of live chickens for backyard flocks.

What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Steven began farming professionally since 1992 and Amy grew up with farming in her family, but they never had the opportunity to own property and develop their vision of a locally integrated sustainable farm business. In 2010, Steven and Amy saw the opportunity to purchase some lovely farm land in Gorham, Maine. After 150 years in the care of another family, the heirs — no longer farming the land — were conflicted about what to do with the farm property. They wondered if they should sell to the highest bidding developer, for house lots. Some insisted that they hold out for folks who would use the land for farming, which is exactly what happened. Steven and Amy purchased this sleepy farm in 2011, with its old house, barn, shed and acres of hay land. They set about plowing right away. In 2012, they planted their first 200 apple trees. Blueberries and pears followed. Now over twelve acres are planted to fruit trees and bushes. The Bibula family farms, together, offer you the local fruits of their labor, with a clear conscience and a personal commitment to good stewardship of the land and their customers.

What do you love most about your job? Seeing the farm vision develop and unfold on this beautiful piece of land is a privilege. It is also a privilege to sharing and serving the the produce and products our farm produces with the larger community. Having folks come and visit the land and experience a part of our lives will always be a large part of what we, as a family, love about your job.

What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer? The best reactions we get from our customers and visitors to the farm is when they connect to their food source and experience the amazing flavors that fresh food produces. Of course, this is followed by the amazing comments, such as: "This is great!" "I am so glad we found you," "This tastes AMAZING," "This is the best pizza I have ever tasted," "More please!" Our personal favorite reaction is "See you soon" and "We will be back."

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