Hidden Acres Farm, Newton NH
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The curve of the road brings you around and to the farm. There the tractors seem artfully situated near the driveway, the light shines through the barn door, the wrap-around porch greets you, and it all says “Welcome to Hidden Acres Farm.” The house, barn, and outer buildings retain the charm of a long-ago era. If the walls could talk, there would be many tales (and tails) of daily life on the farm.

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Olkkola Farm, Ossipee, NH
Posted December 7, 2015
Olkkola Farm, Ossipee, NH

Olkkola Farm
Peter and Ann Olkkola
30 Walker Hill Road
Ossipee, NH 03864
Phone: 603-539-4072
Email: olkkolafarm@yahoo.com
Website: www.olkkolafarm.com
Primary Season: Maple Production

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No View Farm, Wolfeboro, NH
Posted December 7, 2015
No View Farm, Wolfeboro, NH

No View Farm
The Strauch Family
645 Browns Ridge Road
Wolfeboro, NH 03864
Phone: 603-539-7838
Website: www.no-viewfarm.com
Season: Naturally grown meats, free of growth stimulants, hormones, and feed grade antibiotics

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Mountain Heartbeet, Effingham, NH
Posted November 14, 2015
Mountain Heartbeet, Effingham, NH

Mountain Heartbeet
Contact: Joanne Ducas
158 Province Lake Road
Effingham, NH 03882
Email: mountainhearbeet@gmail.com
Website: www.mountainheartbeet.com

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White Gates Farm, Tamworth, NH White Gates Farm, Tamworth, NH

Thirty years ago the name White Gates Farm represented simply a stand of pine woods. To quote Heather Letarte, “when we say ‘we started from scratch in 1982,’ we mean scratch.” Since then, single-handedly Heather and Hank Letarte, while working full-time off the farm, have built a house for their family and managed several small agricultural endeavors, such as pumpkin patches, Christmas trees, and a few animals. All the while they yearned to take the farm to ‘the next level.’

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The Olde Ways at Mustard Seed Farm, Wolfeboro, NH The Olde Ways at Mustard Seed Farm, Wolfeboro, NH

Charles and Dina Farrell are part of a movement giving re-birth to family farming in the most traditional sense. They are building a self-sustaining farm that produces everything necessary to provide for their family of four children and for their farmstand customers.

Their farm name reflects this renaissance of the rural farm family. According to Dina, “the words ’The Olde Ways’ represents the nourishing traditions of our forefathers and the mustard seed embodies the belief

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Bly Farm, Wolfeboro, NH Bly Farm, Wolfeboro, NH

Visitors to farmstands occasionally follow up on-line with a remark about their shopping experience. One such comment about Bly Farm reads “It’s a kind of one of those hidden gems on the side of a …

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