Seaquist Orchards is operating in a multi-generation family business. We give the praise to God for not only growing our business, but growing our family, allowing many family members to be a part of this business.Put Seaquist Orchards Farm Market on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Sister Bay trip planner.
Currently Dale (4th generation) and Jim (5th generation) are partners. Jim’s wife Robin manages the business office and Dale’s wife Kristin manages the Farm Market. They have both been busy over the years, raising families and helping to grow the business. Both Dale and Jim have a passion for farming!
Zach heads up the equipment and farm shop and oversees the harvest crew. He is very gifted mechanically, and helps repair anything and everything. He is the son of Dale and Kristin.
Cole works at both Seaquist Canning Co. and has several different responsibilities on the farm. He always has a nice big smile on his face, and helps out whenever he is asked. Cole is Jim and Robin’s son.
Justin is more involved at Seaquist Processing Inc. every season. He is responsible for the Food Safety Program, and for getting our SQF certification, and has developed our quality assurance programs. He is excellent with policies, inspections and developing systems, and is also the son of Jim and Robin.
Seaquist FamilyOther family members include Laura who oversees the bakery at the Farm Market, Heather who assists Kristin, Laura and the rest of the family with everything and anything, Lisa who heads up Seaquist Canning Co. , Ann who is instrumental in the kitchen at Seaquist Canning Co., Allen who still comes each cherry season to help, and Bonnie who works both in the bakery and at the Farm Market.
Yes, that is a lot of family, but we have a new crop coming. Our little ones who keep us smiling each day: Cassidy, Charles, Anders, Greta, Hattie, Levi and Caleb are in training!
We need more than family members to keep everything running smoothly, however, and we have wonderful employees in each of the entities both year around and seasonal. We could not do these jobs without all these faithful people!
Seaquist Orchards Farm Market reviews
Clean and layed out well. A good variety of products with samples available to try. A nice stop for door county treats. Easy to find. more »
If you like cherries, this is the place for you. If you can imagine something edible with cherries, there's a good chance you can find it here. From salsas to sauces, this place has it all. They... more »
Best farm market and bakery in Door County. The food is always fresh and there is a wide variety of jams, jellies and baked goods. Fresh produce from local farmers and they also have a gift shop. Try the cherry pie and take home a whole pie for $19. Go to the Cherry Festival in the late summer. Located on Highway 42, north of Sister Bay.
A great place to stop! Lots of cherry and apple comestibles. Very cute decor items. A wonderful stop while in Door County.
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