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Broom Orchard

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12803 Broom Rd, Carlinville, IL 62626
http://www.broomorchard.com
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(217) 854-3514
 
The Carlinville Orchard, consisting of 123 acres, was established in 1920 by Leonard Sooy. The orchard remained in the Sooy family until 1968 when it was purchased by William and Joan Broom. William's father, William Stanford Broom, started growing ap...read more
The Carlinville Orchard, consisting of 123 acres, was established in 1920 by Leonard Sooy. The orchard remained in the Sooy family until 1968 when it was purchased by William and Joan Broom. William's father, William Stanford Broom, started growing apples in Marion County in 1920. We are the third generation of apple growers!The orchard was increased by five acres in 1972 to bring the total acreage to 128 acres. Presently, there are approximately 70 acres in fruit production. In the late 1970s, the emphasis was changed to retail apples sales. A cider press was purchased in 1980. In 1982, the Apple Festival was created to promote you-pick-apples and our retail market. In 1990, the Pumpkin Festival was started to promote pumpkins and a family-friendly atmosphere.In 1995, William and Joan sold the orchard to their son and daughter-in-law, Jeff and Lisa Broom. Jeff and Lisa built a new retail Farm Market and kitchen as of 1995.Hours:Monday - Saturday: 9-5 Sunday - 12 - 5
 
 

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The Carlinville Orchard, consisting of 123 acres, was established in 1920 by Leonard Sooy. The orchard remained in the Sooy family until 1968 when it was purchased by William and Joan Broom. William's father, William Stanford Broom, started growing apples in Marion County in 1920. We are the third generation of apple growers!The orchard was increased by five acres in 1972 to bring the total acreage to 128 acres. Presently, there are approximately 70 acres in fruit production. In the late 1970s, the emphasis was changed to retail apples sales. A cider press was purchased in 1980. In 1982, the Apple Festival was created to promote you-pick-apples and our retail market. In 1990, the Pumpkin Festival was started to promote pumpkins and a family-friendly atmosphere.In 1995, William and Joan sold the orchard to their son and daughter-in-law, Jeff and Lisa Broom. Jeff and Lisa built a new retail Farm Market and kitchen as of 1995.Hours:Monday - Saturday: 9-5 Sunday - 12 - 5