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W27062 Wisconsin 54 Trunk
Trempealeau, WI 54661

608 539-2652

Ecker's Apple Farm has been a family-owned orchard seated on The Great River Road near Trempealeau, Wisconsin since 1945.  The orchard is home to 20 apple cultivars, including Honeycrisp.  We are dedicated to growing our apple crop sustainably using integrated pest management techniques to achieve the highest quality of fruit.  Our 2015 apple crop is Tru Earth Certified.

Ecker's also features a John Deere train, the Honeycrisp Express, an apiary, observational bee hive, morel mushrooms in the spring, blueberries in the summer, and Wisconsin peaches in the fall.  Home to Hog's Back Brew Farm, Ecker's is now a must-stop craft beer destination open on weekends June through October.
Come walk our orchard rows; pick-your-own apples each September.  Take in the fall colours with family and friends.  Our farm market is open daily each fall, brimming with specialty foods, our gourmet caramel, and our scratch apple pies.  The orchard is our labour of love, please be part of it with us.

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BLUEBERRIES

Ecker's Apple Farm has been planting blueberry bushes since 2009.  It takes 5 to 7 years for the bushes to reach maturity and consistently produce plump, juicy berries.  We have 1,000 plants and our varietals include: Duke, Bluecrop, Blue Ray, Patriot, and Huron.

Pick - Your - Own
BLUEBERRIES

Our berries are exclusively pick-your-own, beginning approximately July 10th and continuing to early-August.
Typical weekend hours are:

Fridays - 12pm to 6pm
Saturdays - 12pm to 6pm
Sundays - 12pm to 6pm

Prices are $3 per pound.  Please remember to bring your own container as none are provided.  It is recommended that blueberry pickers also wear a hat and long pants to combat the summer sun and those pesky mosquitos.  

Please remember the blueberry picking is "first come, first serve."
Don't be disappointed if you arrive late Saturday afternoon or Sunday to find the berries have already been picked for the weekend.