Who We Are

For over 90 years, Tuttle Orchards has welcomed visitors to our farm to receive top-quality produce and authentic agricultural experiences. We’ve been family-owned and run for four generations, ever since our first apple trees were planted in 1928.

Our farm is open to guests all year round, with special activities, produce, food, and more! Tuttles is a favorite destination for family fun, especially for apple picking in the fall. Our passion for local produce, agricultural education, and family history is what makes us unique, as we strive to discover new opportunities to serve our community.

Everything Here
is Farm Inspired

Our Mission

Inviting our community to encounter agriculture and great service through quality food, fun, and education that nourishes both body and soul.

Our Values

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Agriculture
Excellence in agriculture permeates everything we do
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Caring
Cultivating a spirit of caring and cooperation
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Service
Service with integrity
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Education
Education that brings agriculture to life
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Stewardship
Sustainable stewardship

The History of Tuttle Orchards

At Tuttles, we are big on family! We take pride in growing quality food for you and welcoming your family to come experience our orchard. Our family farm has been around for a long time and is still run by the Tuttle family (now called Roney). Learn more about our history through the years.

Meet the Family

The Tuttles Family Tree

Roy Tuttle

(1894-1977)

Tillie Giroud

(1895-1996)

Our Team

AJ Kale

Fruit Production

Luke Knotts

High Tunnel & Vegetable Production

Kelly Redlin

Executive Chef, Food Service Manager

Crystal Kindinger

Bakery, Food Service

Patti Sutherlin

Bookkeeper

Tammy Donley

Staff Onboarding

Kelly Wenning

Marketing

James Kriner

Farm Store & Greenhouse

Amanda Ankney

Farm Store Ordering

Christie Wyman

Groups, Tours, Events, Experiences

Heather Brown

Produce Coordinator

50 acres of apples
40 acres of veggies
20 acres of pumpkins
4 high tunnels
3 spring greenhouses
35+ varieties of apples
60+ Indiana products
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Affiliations & Awards

Indiana Horticulture Society