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Seaquist Orchards Farm Market
 Since 1986, friends and family alike have shopped at our market, sampling products, seeing old friends and making new ones, enjoying our playground, and observing bakery production.  Now you can also view the Seaquist Production facility next door, where we make 72 flavors of jam, jelly, pie fillings and salsas.  Our products are locally grown, locally processed, and loved worldwide!

Our online store, where we offer over 500 products, is available 24/7.  You can purchase our salsas, jams, pie fillings, mustards, homemade fudge, syrups and much more, any time you would like.  For help with a product not shown in our online store, or if you have any questions, you may reach us at 920-854-4199, x111.  If unavailable, we will return your call within 24 hours.  Regretfully, we do not ship frozen cherries, cider or pies, but you may order our pies online from or at

 If you are in Door County between late May and late October, please stop in at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market, where we always enjoy meeting and visiting with our customers.  We have a playground for children, an indoor straw maze in the fall for children of all ages, and over 50 samples available for you to taste test, - every day!

 We are located 2 miles north of Sister Bay, on Highway 42, surrounded by cherry and apple orchards.  Please let us know that you saw us on the web.

Seaquist Orchards, where family and farming mean everything!


Seaquist Family

Seaquist FamilyDale and Jim Seaquist are partners in Seaquist Orchards.  Jim’s wife Robin manages the business office, Dale’s wife Kristin manages the Farm Market, and other family members are involved in the business also.

Dale and Kristin’s son Zach heads up our maintenance department, along with many other responsibilities, and their daughter Laura manages the bakery at the market.   Zach’s wife Heather works at the farm market, helping Kristin with day to day tasks.  Jim and Robin’s son Cole and his wife Lisa manage our production facility, where they turn cherries and other fruits into delicious jams, pie fillings and salsas, and their son Justin is very involved in Seaquist Processing, where we pack on average about 6 million pounds of cherries a year.

Other family members help throughout the season, so this is truly a family operation!  We need more than family members to keep everything running smoothly, however, and we have terrific orchard, market, processing and production help, some being year round, and some being seasonal.  We couldn’t do these jobs without these wonderful people!

 Seaquist Orchards

Seaquist OrchardSeaquist Orchards consists of 950 acres of tart cherries, 15 acres of sweet cherries, and 30 acres of apples and pears.  These numbers change, as new acreage is purchased or leased.

The bulk of the cherries raised are of the Montmorency variety, a tart cherry used for baking. Several varieties of sweet cherries are raised also. Most of the Montmorency cherries are processed at Seaquists Processing where about 2/3 of the cherries raised in Door County are processed and packed.

Fresh, hand-picked cherries, both tart and sweet, are sold directly to the consumer from Seaquist Orchards Farm Market.

Seaquist Processing

Seaquist ProcessingSeaquist Orchards is the major producer of the fruit processed in our plant. We also receive fruit from other Door County growers.

We also pack 2.5# and 10# containers of pitted cherries, sugared or unsugared, that we sell from our retail farm market.

For specific information on our wholesale product line, contact Robin Seaquist via email at

Seaquist Processing


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