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Drop off your plastic bags and canning jars at the orchard and we'll re-use them!

We're always looking for wagons for people to use when they go to our pumpkin patch - feel free to drop off your old or un-used wagons at the orchard!

We're also happy to take any picnic tables you're getting rid of - even if it's just the 'bones' of the table.


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N1959 Kroncke Road
Poynette, WI 53955

Take Hwy 51 North from Madison, go straight onto Hwy 22, turn east (right) onto Hwy 60 almost immediately. Drive 2 miles and go North (left) onto Kroncke Road. We're just over a mile on the left-hand side.

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Friday, August 24, 2018

A Bushel and a Peck

Are you planning on processing some apples?  Perhaps making some applesauce to can or freeze?  Prepping pies to last you until next season?  Or does your family just eat A LOT of apples? apples in a bushel We offer special bushel pricing at Lapacek’s Orchard.  If you call ahead to order your bushel you can save $3/bushel! 

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What is a bushel?  Well – it’s a volume measurement.  We fill the bushel box as much as we possibly can without damaging the apples and that’s what you get.  It ways approximately 40 lbs.  One bushel of apples makes approximately 18 quarts of applesauce or 10 quarts of apple butter or 6 cups of dried apples, or 16 apple pies.

We also sell apples by the peck (approximately 10lbs), 1/2 peck (approximately 5lbs) and 1/4 pecks (approximately 2.5lbs).

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Always Construction Season

Most of those who are affected by the construction of Hwy 22 have already figured out how to get around it.  I just wanted to post a few maps to show you that getting to our orchard is still pretty simple and really doesn’t take much more time than when you could go on Hwy 22.  its always construction season buckyI thought it appropriate to start this blog post out with a photo of my girls with the “It’s Always Construction Season” Bucky from the Bucky on Parade in Madison, WI. 

I picked some general spots in locations many of our customers come from.  If you’re coming from places south, east or west of us there should be no problems with your standard route.  Those coming from areas to the north of us may have to take an alternate route.Fullscreen capture 8232018 100724 AMFor those coming from Poynette, I just started right at the Poynette Elementary School.  This is the route we take when we drive our girls to and from softball, volleyball and cross country right now.  I would say this takes about 1 minute longer than it took us on the back roads.  I’m not sure why Google Maps won’t let you stay on Hwy 60 the whole time but you can.  Hwy 22 isn’t closed until just north of the Hwy 60/Hwy 22 intersection.  I tried to adjust the map with some drawing in paint.  It’s not perfect but should give you the idea.  Just take Hwy 51 South until you can go East on Hwy 60.  Then take a left (North) on Kroncke and you’ll be at the orchard in no time!

Fullscreen capture 8232018 100752 AMFrom the Piggly Wiggly in Pardeeville, take Hwy 22 south, then Hwy 16 east, south on Hwy C, a right (west) on Hall road and a left on Kroncke.Fullscreen capture 8232018 100936 AM

From Tamarack Pizza in Portage, take Hwy 51 south, then east on Hwy 16, south on Hwy C, a right (west) on Hall road and a left on Kroncke.  I think going south on Hwy 51, east on Hwy 60 and a left (north) on Kroncke Road would also work for those coming from Portage.

I hope these maps help you a bit on figuring out how you’ll make it to the orchard this fall.  I think for those of us who drive on Hwy 22 often enough know that while the construction is a bit a of pain it’s definitely going to be wroth it.  It was a road that really needed to be fixed.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

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Hello everyone! Apple season is in full swing and I want to make sure you don’t miss any of the apple varieties or any of the fun things happening!


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