We are a family run orchard located in Kuna, Idaho. Our fruit is tree ripened so you get it when it is at its best. When in season 7 varieties of Apples, Montmorency Pie Cherries, and Italian Prunes. Also available are pickling cucumbers, and cantaloupe. We also offer apple wood for your smokers. During October we have a u-pick pumpkin patch and our apple orchard is open for u-pick Aug thru Oct.. AND YES we are conventional pesticide free, that is, we use only natural farming practices of fertilization and insect control.
At Cabalo’s Orchard and Gardens, we are focused on providing high quality, locally grown, pesticide free produce, with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
With a variety of products to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. Check back later for new updates to our website. There’s much more to come!
Cabalo’s Orchard is a family run orchard located in Kuna, Idaho. It is owned and operated by Chan and Cathy Cabalo, with help from our children, grandchildren and other family and friends. On our ten acres we raise pesticide free tree fruit and vegetables. Our fruit is tree ripened so you get it when it is at its best. AND YES we are conventional pesticide free, that is, we use only natural farming practices of fertilization and insect control.
We are a seasonal business that opens when the produce is ready in the late spring or early summer and continues throughout the end of our Pumpkin Patch in October. We are open to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, or anytime by appointment. The other four days of the week we dedicate to farming.
Many of our customers like to u-pick. We offer a limited selection of our produce for u-pick. At this time we offer blackberries, apples and pumpkins.
Make sure to check out our produce pages to better know what we have available. I will do my best to keep these pages updated, but during the rush of summer I sometimes spend too much time in the field.
We have set up a FAQ page for “Frequently Asked Questions”, please feel free to ask.
We look forward to seeing you at the farm this summer!!