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To Grow Something Exceptional 

At Firefly Moon Farms that is what we are aiming for.  To grow something exceptional.  We want to grow and create products that we are proud of and that we love. We believe in creating a place for those who come after us.  To leave a legacy for our children and their children. To give the future a place to grow and expand into something even bigger.  

Wine and Grapes

Cider and Apples


On Memorial Day weekend this year we planted 500 bare root grape plants.  With our farms residing in a planting zone of 5, we decided to venture into the world of cold hardy grapes. Our varieties include Marquette, Frontenac, La Crosse, St. Croix, Catawba, Cayuga, Concord and Niagara. We are exploring the world of wine making for business and selling our grapes to other vineyards and wineries.  We are looking forward to our first harvest in the fall of 2017!  
With over 30 apples trees, we are looking forward to batches of applesauce, apple butter and most exciting of all...hard cider.  We are looking into crafting hard apple cider. With the 2015 harvest we are going to be putting our first of batch of hard cider into carboys. In the future we are looking to add other varities of cider with interesting and fun flavors.  Stayed tuned! 
This spring we set up our first six hops trellises.  We planted Nugget, Chinook, Sterling, Magnum, Mt. Hood and Northern Brewer. Hops are a versatile and interesting crop that can be used for a variety of beverages.  We are exploring using hops for a variety of beverages. Look for our first harvest in the fall of 2016. 
Firefly Moon Farms

I would rather be on my farm than be emperor of the world. 
                                       George Washington