address: 4597 Laubert Road, Atwater 44201 Ohio (In Randolph) | phone: 330.947.3373
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Our Apple Prices:
We sell our apples in two different lots; firsts and seconds. "Firsts" are nearly perfect apples-- no bruises, cuts or scrapes. They are all the correct size for that variety type. "Seconds" are also good apples-- they have NO "rotten" spots. However, they may be a bit small for their variety, or have some minor blemishes. The flavor of firsts and seconds is the same. If you plan on canning, pie making, or making a large quantity of applesauce, seconds offer a tasty value for you!
 
SIZE FIRSTS PRICE SECONDS PRICE
1/4 peck $3.50 $3.25
1/2 peck $5.00 $4.50
1 peck $8.75 $8.00
1/2 bushel $14.00 $12.75
1 bushel $20.00 $18.00

 

Pick your Own Prices:

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  Welcome to the Apple Store!
 

Our tree-ripened apples are sold here in the Apple Store.

We also carry our delicious homemade donuts, homemade apple pies and apple blossoms. For 2019 call for availability 330-947-3373.

Oh, and don't forget-- take home a gallon or two of our fresh-pressed cider, made only with Stotler apples! For 2019 call for availability
330-947-3373.


 

Apple Cider Prices:
For 2019 call first for availablility 330-947-3373.

SIZE
PRICE
1/2 Gallon
$3.50
1 Gallon
$6.00
 
Our cider is freshly pressed at a local cider mill the day before it is sold. In order to comply with USDA cider regulations, we use an ultra violet technique to pasteurize our cider. This allows us to safely sell cider in a manner that does not interfere with the natural flavor.


 

Baked Goods :

Try some of our homemade baked goods made from delicious Stotler Apples!

For 2019 - Available for pre-order only.
Call 330-947-2495 by Thursday for pick up that Saturday






 

Yes, we have Honeycrisp apples

Details:

  1. The trees only produce apples every other year.
  2. We do NOT offer Honeycrisp for U-pick.
  3. Honeycrisp are a different price than our other apples.
  4. They are usually ripe in early September, please call for availability.