March is Customer Appreciation Month

We love our Orr’s customers! Every year we fill March full of wonderful in store specials that our loyal customers can enjoy. Stop by between February 27 and March 31 to take part in those deals.

If you are on our e-newsletter list, you’ll get an update weekly about which deals are taking place that week.

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Handmade Chocolate Covered Eggs

Order your eggs now for pick-up starting March 11 through April 8. These traditional-style homemade eggs are available filled with creamy peanut butter, sweet coconut,  or decadent chocolate and oreos and coated with your choice of dark, milk, or white chocolate.


CSA Season 3

We are now taking sign ups for the 2023 CSA Season. If you are new to the term CSA, it stands for community supported agriculture. This is a food service that you get weekly, either by pick up or delivery. Each week, you’ll get local fruit and produce from our farm, or other local farmers. You’ll also have the option to add on local dairy, meat, coffee, eggs, and select Orr’s jarred goods.

Orr's CSA 3

Easter: The Resurrection Story

April 1 & 8, 1-4 P.M.

If you loved our Live Nativity at Christmas, you’ll really enjoy seeing the most important scenes of the Resurrection story of Jesus Christ acted out by live actors. We look forward to hosting you on our hayride tours to the Barnyard where you can enjoy this production. Refreshments are provided in our Barnyard Party Barn. This event is by donation only, and 100% of the proceeds go to The Martinsburg Rescue Mission and the Children’s Home Society of Berkeley County.

Easter: A Resurrection Story

Blossom Photography

The weather has been beautiful and we’re getting lots of questions about photography in our orchards. We do allow photographers as long as they follow the Photography Guidelines for hours and locations. Be sure to stop by the farm market to do your shopping when you visit! And don’t forget to tag our social media in all your colorful photos!

Due to the warmer temps we’ve seen, our blossoms are about 10 days early this year. We are expecting pink blossoms around March 20th, and white blossoms around April 5th. This all could change depending on the weather the next week or two.

Blossom Photography

Fresh Apple Cider & Cider Doughnuts Available All Winter

Our Orr’s Farm Market bakery will continue to make your favorite Apple Cider Doughnuts daily through the winter. We also have the delicious fresh-pressed, preservative-free apple cider available to enjoy warm or cold.

apple cider donuts

Book A Barnyard Birthday Party

Birthday parties were a huge hit in 2022! Check out our package deals and go ahead and book today. Last year the party dates sold out quickly.  Turn your child’s favorite location into a prized birthday memory.

Group Of Children Having Outdoor Birthday Party
Orr's CSA

Orr's CSA

We are heading into our 3rd season of CSA. CSA stands for community supported agriculture. Orr’s CSA is a weekly subscription program that runs from the last Tuesday in May through the end of September. Customers will receive a produce box once a week called a “share.”  The share will be filled with fresh produce from our farm as well as other local farms within a 50-mile radius. There is an option for a half share which feeds 1 to 2 people produce for a week or a whole share which feeds 3 to 4 people.   

When a customer signs up for the season, they will select to be on the home delivery schedule or the market pick-up schedule. When we started this program 3 years ago, we could have never imagined it would have been as popular as it is. We started off year one, with only 1 delivery route, servicing only 3 zip codes. Year 2, we expanded to two delivery routes, reaching up to 5 zip codes. Each year, we try to reach more customers than the year before. CSA runs May 30th-September 28th, 2023.     

 Every week, we look at the incoming crops, and hand select the best of the best for our CSA members. We try to include a variety of fruits and vegetables, and mix it up each week. Once the boxes are packed, it’s delivery time! We load up our CSA van and keep temperature sensitive items in coolers. We then start our route, dropping off containers at door steps all day long, across the surrounding counties. Most things in your box will be grown here on the farm, but some items do come from other local farmers. Cedar Ridge Hydroponics is one of our favorite farmers to support. They are located in Martinsburg, and provides us with lettuce, and other greens.   

To become a member, simply signup on our website here. You’ll need to select a half share or whole share and depending on your zip code, delivery days fall on Tuesdays or Thursdays. You also have the option of skipping delivery and picking up your box here at the farm market. Once you choose your share size, you also have the option to add on local dairy, coffee, meat, or eggs. Need some of our famous apple butter?  You can add that on, as well as any of our Orr’s jarred goods and mixes.    

 Being a member of our CSA has other perks besides getting weekly deliveries of fresh, local produce. We host CSA members many times throughout the season for after-hours picking events. These are exclusive to CSA members and their families only and are nice because you don’t have to deal with the crowds during store hours. We also have a weekly newsletter that we send out with recipe ideas, storage tips and what to expect in your upcoming share. Once you sign up, make sure to join our CSA Facebook page. We encourage members to share photos, and recipes there for inspiration.  

Why choose our CSA program over another farm? You get us!  That’s right, we guarantee you will get the best customer service out there. From packing your order with care to delivering it with a smile, you can’t beat it! You’ll also be a part of a new club, that will feel like family. Join today!     

Orrs Family

Since George S. Orr, Jr purchased the land in 1954, Orr’s has depended on extended family and close friends to help bring in the harvests. Without such a dedicated staff of employees our farm would not be what it is today. George S. Orr, Jr. would be proud of what the family has accomplished so far, but there are many goals still on the horizon.

Meet our family . . .