Conveniently located in Wexford, PA, about 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, our sustainable farm is between  I79 and US19. Minutes from the Wexford exit and Cranberry, Shenot’s is north of SR 910 at 3754 Wexford Run Road. In the summer, we grow fruits (including 25 varieties of applespeaches; nectarines; plums; and blueberries) and many vegetables, which are picked fresh for you. Our famous sweet corn is harvested in early July – September.

In the fall, try our award-winning apple cider ,our many varieties of apples for fresh eating, and cooking, and our large selection of pumpkins. At Christmas, we offer fresh cut Christmas trees, fruit baskets and other gift baskets. Throughout the year, we offer over 50 flavors of our famous homemade fudge–in the market and online. Call 724-935-2542 or contact Mary Lou for more information.

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Fresh Produce

Shenot’s sells the freshest and finest homegrown produce in Western PA.

During the season, please check this area for latest harvests that are “fresh from the field.”

Using sustainable methods, we minimize the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, thereby growing beautiful, safe and healthy produce. Good stewardship of the land and environment is our priority.


Farm Market

Besides fresh produce, Shenot Farm Market features homemade fudge, baked goods, cheese, jellies, fresh flowers, milk & bread, Mish Farm meats, and much more.

Store hours:

  • Jan – May   10 am – 5 pm  Daily
  • May – Jun   9 am – 6 pm M-F , 9 am – 5 pm Sat/Sun
  • July – Aug  9 am – 7:30 pm M-F, 9 am – 6 pm Sat/Sun
  • Sept – Oct  9 am – 7 pm M-F, 9 am – 6 pm Sat/Sun
  • Nov to Dec  9 am – 6 pm Daily

Holiday Hours:

  • December 24 &31 –  9 am -2 pm
  • Closed December 25, 26, & January 1
  • Closed Easter
  • Open 9 am to 2pm:  Memorial Day, July 4, & Labor Day

Shop online 24/7 for our Homemade Fudge.

The market is open year round.

Current Events

Fall is here and that means HAYRIDES! Check out our hayrides tab for details.  We have lots of things going on!

This week we are pleased to announce PUMPKINS WITH A PURPOSE. This event is in partnership with Pine Richland High School’s Art Department.   All proceeds from this fantastic event will benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation of Pittsburgh and the Three River’s Mother’s Milk Bank.  Approximately 100 white pumpkins were delivered to Pine Richland  last week, and are being hand paintbetter-white-pumpkined by the students.  These pumpkins will be available for purchase in our market starting September 24, 2016, with 100% of the proceeds going to the aforementioned charities.


Come check out our giant pumpkin crop this year.  On Saturday September 24, Pine Richland students will be decorating 6 of these monsters at the market during hayrides.

Haunted Expedition GraphicBeginning the evening of September 30th, take a chance to go back in time over 60 years and relive one of the most terrifying experiences in the Pittsburgh area.  Visit Haunted for more information.

Look at our Fresh from the Field  page to see what’s in. It changes everyday.

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