390 Orchard Road, Mohnton, PA 19540



About Brecknock Orchard

Brecknock Orchard’s rich Lancaster County soil has been growing fruit for over 75 years. In 1994 Earl Martin purchased the farm and the Martin family made a new start in growing fruit. Earl’s son, Daryl, and his wife Andrea took on the farm operations in 1996.

Why We Exist
Serving Others With The Blessings We Are Given

How we Behave (Core Values)
Serving – In the Spirit of Christ to employees, customers, and suppliers
Excellence -Quality products and cleanliness
Respect – honoring each other and customers as family
Versatile – Flexibility in tasks and availability
Intentional – purposeful and personal responsibility
Competent – knowledgeable in what we do and able to share with customers
Efficient – Timely and safe processes and procedures

What We Do
Serve high-quality fruits and vegetables with an educational experience.

Our Specialties

Your visit to Brecknock Orchard brings opportunities to create family memories; pick your own fresh fruit, vegetables, and flowers, family fun festivals, farm tours, and visit the farm market. In the farm market, we bring you fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade bakery products, spreadable fruit made in our kitchen, beautiful flowers and plants for Spring, Summer, and Fall, and Christmas greenery. It is our goal to offer you the highest quality selection of health and goodness from our orchard to your table.

Our Family

Brecknock Orchard is a family-owned and operated orchard and farm market. Daryl and Andrea’s children are now the second generation involved in the day-to-day activities in the orchard and farm market. Our family and team members are committed to producing the highest quality fruits and vegetables, which is evident when you taste the freshness in all Brecknock Orchard products.


Farming Practices

We care for our entire farm with your health in mind – always trying to limit the amount of pesticides used. We use a method called Integrated Pest Management (IPM). IPM is the use of several pest control methods in a way that compliments biological and natural controls of pests. We always keep our economical, public health, and environmental goals at the forefront of our minds. With IPM, a decision to use pesticides is made when the population of that pest reaches numbers that would be detrimental to the quality of a crop, and no other alternative management practices are available. The goal of IPM is to achieve the effective management of pests in the safest manner.