About the Company
Southern Vermont Orchards
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The main Estate building was referred to as “The Orchard House” (now Southern Vermont College) was surrounded by 75,000 apple, 3,000 plum and 2,000 quince trees planted by Mr. Everett. The orchards covered the surrounding hillsides and extended southward for ten miles. On his land, he planted cherries, quince, pears and plums as well as 65 varieties of apples. Under his guidance Everett Orchards became the largest privately owned orchard in the world, renowned for its modern agricultural practice and high quality fruit.
Following Everett’s death in 1929 his property was gradually divided and sold. Today, Southern Vermont Orchards operates over 300 acres of orchard and continues to benefit from Everett’s wisdom. The location enables us to raise an apple of superior quality. Southern Vermont Orchards is proud to carry on the tradition of fine fruit established by Edward Everett.
Southern Vermont Orchards, which also operates under the name Apple Barn, is located in Bennington, Vermont. This organization primarily operates in the Apple Orchard business / industry within the Agricultural Production – Crops sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 49 years.