Rouster 2013 Update
Farm Market Products Info
Check on the Farm Market Products page for information on where to buy some of the products we've carried in the Apple House.
When to Visit our Farm Market
Frozen Blueberry & Frozen Cider Info:
Our next sale of frozen blueberries & frozen cider will be held on a date to be decided in the Spring of 2014.
If you aren't on our e-mail list(s), please send us an e-mail asking to be notified about 2013 frozen cider and/or frozen blueberries. Include your name, please, and any or all lists you wish to receive notification including receiving info regarding Opening Day for our 2014 U-Pick crop of blueberries.
Check News - Farm Market for more information when we announce our next sale:
When to Visit our U-Pick Berries
U-Pick Berries CLOSED for the 2013 Season
In order to receive e-mail notification regarding the start of the 2014 blueberry season, please send an e-mail to:
Please include your name & any items you wish to be notified including 2014 Opening Day for the berries and sale dates for frozen blueberries & frozen cider.
Check News - U-Pick Berry for further information
Blueberry & Blackberry U-Pick
Letter to our Customers
August 28, 2011
To our Valued Customers,
After two years of soul searching, Donna & I have concluded that we are ready to simplify our lives by not trying to run our entire operation. Since there is no apparent successor to oversee the day to day operations of the Apple House, it will be closed effective August 29, 2011. Due to the excessive rain this spring, the quality and size of our apple crop is very poor. Knowing that our crop is mainly suitable for apple cider, we would have to essentially buy an entire season’s worth of first grade apples to have something to sell in our market. These conditions weighed heavily in our decision to close the Apple House this particular year. We have not experienced such a poor crop since 1995 when we had a devastating hail storm.
We WILL continue to run our U-pick blueberry & blackberry operation in the summer for the foreseeable future.
This decision was not an easy one to make. My Dad began selling apples shortly after he & Mom were married in 1939. Donna & I took over the business in 1978. We know that a trip to Rouster’s Apple House for our apples and fresh cider has become a tradition for many families. Donna and I want to thank all of our loyal employees, customers, friends, and family who have supported our family business for 72 years. We value the many friendships we have made and we hope that you will continue to visit us each summer in the berry fields.
Dan & Donna Rouster