Fix Brothers Fruit Farm is 130 miles north of New York City, NY and 45 miles south of Albany, NY. If you are planning on coming to the Hudson Valley stop by the farm to pick your own sweet cherries, sour cherries, peaches, and apples.
The Fix Farm was established in 1899 when John Henry Fix immigrated from Germany and settled with his family in the Hudson Valley in Upstate New York. He gradually added acres enlarging his orchards over the years.
His son William Henry continued farming and in 1953 his sons William (Bill) and Robert (Bob) started the third generation and named the farm Fix Bros. At that time, the orchards were sweet and sour cherries and apples. They added more varieties of apples, pears and peaches.
When Bill retired, Bob’s sons Bobby, Gary & David became partners with their Dad to become the fourth generation on the Fix Brothers Fruit Farm.