Soergel Orchards

Our family farm’s history began in 1850 when a German immigrant by the name of John Conrad Soergel settled on this very spot and began planting apple trees.

The apples were sold wholesale for the first half of the 1900’s, but in the mid 1960’s a severe spring frost left very few apples on the trees.

At this time, Warren and Jean decided it was not worth the trip to town everyday to sell the few apples we had, so we started a roadside stand at the corner of Brandt School Road and Wexford Bayne Road (now Route 910).

When the business outgrew the original building, a larger stand was built.

Our farm consists of 450 acres in several different locations in Allegheny and Butler Counties.

We take great pride in the quality of our produce and we work long hours to bring it to you at its very best.

Be sure to visit us year-round for the highest quality and variety of produce available.

We would like to thank you for your continued patronage throughout the years.


  • Blueberry

Open Season: June, July.


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