Don and Ann Haney of Haney's Apple Orchard in Nancy have many customers from the Danville area, but this year they are worried that the freezing weather will wipe out much of their crop.
Although the orchard still has live apples, most of the summer varieties are gone.
When asked about the monetary loss the Haneys may suffer, Don Haney said, "I don't want to think about it."
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently put the word out that it plans to helps growers like the Haneys.
"The loss was set up by the extremely warm weather that we had previously, which put things kind of ahead of the normal growing season," said Jay Hettmansperger, Casey County agriculture extension agent.
"Then when you get temperatures down in the teens for several days in a row, it caught everything at bloom or in the early bud stage, which kills the flower and seed where it tries to fruit."