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John and Dorie Belisle own and operate in northwest Washington State, near the Canadian border. The Belisles and their family planted their first apple orchard in 1996 and have 31 acres of high density trees, which pencils out to about 25,000 trees.
Cassie Bable, FSA Public Affairs Specialist