Depiction in the series
"You'll see plenty of" Sweet Apple Acres "in Season 6."[specify]
Crops and products
Sweet Apple Acres is shown for the first time in Friendship is Magic, part 1. It has a large apple crop, which Applejack tries to harvest by herself in Applebuck Season. Applejack and Apple Bloom sell apples in the Ponyville marketplace in Call of the Cutie. Other crops and products include:
- Corn, which Applejack harvests in The Return of Harmony Part 1.
- Grapes, which are crushed by hoof for juice in Sisterhooves Social.
- Zap apples, which are harvested and made into zap apple jam in Family Appreciation Day.
- Apple cider, which is produced and sold in The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000.
- Carrots, which can be seen in a wide shot of Sweet Apple Acres.
Zap apple jam and apple cider are particularly popular products; ponies wait in long queues to purchase them.
Applejack’s pet dog, Winona, helps Applejack with herding in multiple episodes, such as Applebuck Season. In The Show Stoppers, the Cutie Mark Crusaders feed pigs at Sweet Apple Acres in one of their attempts to get their cutie marks. In Owl's Well That Ends Well, Spike goes to a chicken coop at Sweet Apple Acres to obtain a chicken feather. In Sisterhooves Social, Applejack and Apple Bloom work together to herd sheep into a pen.
Features and events
- A Carrot Farm, unnamed in the show but named in Gameloft's mobile game, is present in multiple episodes. In mid-January 2015, Jim Miller stated "It is something we should address at some point" and that one of the ideas discussed was Golden Harvest living there.
- In The Show Stoppers, Applejack gives the Cutie Mark Crusaders an old treehouse that used to belong to her. The Crusaders renovate it and use it as their clubhouse.
- In Party of One and The Last Roundup, the barn is converted into a party space.
- In Sisterhooves Social, Applejack, Apple Bloom, Rarity, and Sweetie Belle take part in the annual Sisterhooves Social race hosted by Granny Smith at Sweet Apple Acres.
- In Apple Family Reunion, Granny Smith says that the west orchard has been abandoned ever since fruit bats settled there. Later in the episode, the barn is wrecked when a cart of ponies crashes into it, but the Apple family works together to rebuild it.
- In Spike at Your Service, Spike counts exactly 24,567,837 blades of grass growing on the farm.
- In Bats!, Vampire Fruit Bats infest the orchard on Apple Bucking Day. Applejack wants to take drastic measures, but Fluttershy wants to care for the creatures. Applejack eventually agrees to compromise, and builds the Fruit Bats a sanctuary from part of her orchard.
- In Filli Vanilli, Rarity tells Fluttershy that The Pony Tones have been booked for an Apple Family Zap Apple Jam Extraordinaire event. Fluttershy is reluctant to perform, but says she'll "get there someday".
- In The Mane Attraction, Applejack organizes the Helping Hooves Music Festival, which is held on a field near Sweet Apple Acres.
- In The Cutie Re-Mark - Part 1, the whole plantation is transformed into a processing plant as a result of the altered timeline.
Depiction in films
In My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, the Rainbooms rehearse their counter-spell song against the Dazzlings at the human world's Sweet Apple Acres. Rarity also tries on various outfits there for the upcoming Battle of the Bands.Rainbow Rocks short "A Case for the Bass". This version looks more like a house than a barn. Granny Smith has a garage sale here in which she accidentally sells Applejack's bass guitar to Flim and Flam.
In My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #31, Sweet Apple Acres gets a plaque for being the first "residential" building of Ponyville. My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #27 briefly features the first apple tree ever planted in Sweet Apple Acres.
In the chapter book Applejack and the Honest-to-Goodness Switcheroo, Sweet Apple Acres is named as a finalist in the Best Orchard of Equestria contest, where the winner gets to be the exclusive apple supplier for Canterlot Castle and gets an extra plot of land. In the end, Sweet Apple Acres wins the award.
Merchandise"'Rustle up' some fun with this APPLEJACK'S SWEET APPLE BARN playset! Your pretty blond pony figure has all kinds of work to do on her farm and she needs your help to do it. Pick an 'apple' from the 'tree' and 'carrots' from the 'garden' to put into your wagon accessory. Then, attach your APPLEJACK pony figure to the wagon and swing the barn doors open so she can 'pull' it all right inside. Once chores are done, the kitten and rooster accessory friends are certainly going to want to go for a 'ride'! Use the 'bucket' and 'watering can' to take care of your 'crops' and then spin the weather vane to see how the 'wind is blowing'. Farm living is tons of fun when you have a pal like your APPLEJACK pony figure to share the 'work'! Playset comes with 1 pony figure and kitten, rooster, wagon, hay bale, watering can, bucket, hat, saddle, 2 carrots, apple, shovel and rope accessories."
A Sweet Apple Acres barn playset was released in 2015 as part of Hasbro's Friendship is Magic Collection. The playset comes bundled with mini-figures of Granny Smith and Crimson Gala. "Welcome to Sweet Apple Acres!"
- ↑ Lauren Faust on Twitter (2013-03-15). Retrieved on 2013 March 15.
- ↑ Applejack and Rarity in "Made in Manehattan". Facebook (2016-01-30). Retrieved on 2016 February 4.
- ↑ Jim Miller (2015-01-12). Big Jim on Twitter: "@Murrisson There's been some debate amongst staff, but we've yet to decide 100%. It is something we should address at some point.". Twitter. Retrieved on 2016 April 12.
- ↑ Jim Miller (2015-01-12). Big Jim on Twitter: "@Murrisson That was one of the ideas discussed!". Twitter. Retrieved on 2016 April 12.
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