We employ many people on a seasonal basis but our core team is as follows:

- Gerard McNeece
- John Paul McNeece
- Henry McNeece
- Fiona McNeece
- Olan McNeece
- Too many to mention

In order to ensure the best harvest each year, we need bees, and lots of them, for cross pollination. Pollination is the transfer of a plantís male reproductive cells (pollen) to the female reproductive structures of a flower (stigma). Because honey bees collect nectar and pollen from many flowering plants they are very effective pollinators. Apple flowers cannot self pollinate and therefore require cross pollination. This means they not only require a pollinator like the honey bee, but they also require a pollenizer (which could be either an apple or crabapple variety that produces viable and compatible pollen).