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Our History

Our family has been tied to fruit growing since 1913. Following this tradition, our parents, Phil and Shirley Rowley, started their own farm and business in 1984. Our parents had eight sons who grew up on the farm. Our company has continued to grow along with our family.


Rowley's South Ridge Farms

Our farm took root in Santaquin, Utah, in 1984. To date, we continue to grow and produce apples, cherries, peaches, pumpkins, and alfalfa.



The Red Barn

Rowley's Red Barn grew out of the small fruit stand embedded in the farm. With the construction of the Red Barn, we were able to stay open year round to sell our local fruit. It was this year, 1999, that we started selling ice cream.



The Cider Mill

We begin producing apple cider and juice in 2007 to offer a fresh, not-from-concentrate apple juice that local consumers could enjoy. The recipe remains the same--fresh local apples--as does the quality and flavor.



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The Back 40

Our dad started growing pumpkins to supplement our fruit stand and allowed visitors to pick their own after riding a wagon to the field. Next, we built the Giant Slide in 2010 and grew our first corn maze in 2015.We continue to build attractions and welcome visitors!



Red Barn Dixie

In 2013, we had the opportunity to expand our retail locations. We opened our second location in Washington, Utah.