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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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Field to Fork Farm, Chester, NH Field to Fork Farm, Chester, NH

Field to Fork Farm is as much a literal description as it is a clever title, as farmer/owner Patrick Connelly firmly believes that products derived straight from pasture-raised, organically fed animals are the best available.

This belief is primarily rooted in nutrition, as Connelly and his wife Daniela both have a background in the field of health. They met at Boston University while pursuing their Masters in Public Health and moved to South Africa after graduation to work for the treatment of HIV/AIDS (Patrick as a health economist and Daniela as a medical doctor).

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Darius Frink Farm, Newington, NH Darius Frink Farm, Newington, NH

The 40 acre Darius Frink farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is protected from development by an agricultural conservation easement secured in 2005. The land, owned today by the fifth Frink generation, is farmed by John Frink, who raises Belted Galloway cattle. He is the great great grandson of the farm’s original owner Cyrus Frink.

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Riverslea Farm, Epping, NH Riverslea Farm, Epping, NH

“In 1991 when we bought a 200 year old farm in disrepair, we did not have a plan, we just thought it would be a nice place to live and fix up,” says Jeff Conrad who, with his wife Liz owns Riverslea Farm in Epping, NH.

The Conrads’ early renovations, however, began to take on a life of their own. After turning their old farm house into a comfortable and infinitely livable home, they went to work on their barns, three of them, and with that task complete, came a eureka moment; the barns, the Conrads realized …

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Oliver Merrill & Sons Farm and Farmstand Oliver Merrill & Sons Farm and Farmstand

Hard by the old White’s Tavern that was flourishing in the early 1800s in Londonderry, New Hampshire sits the white 1790 farm house and 35 acre Oliver Merrill & Sons Farm.
Today, the land is …

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Berry Hill Farm, Stratham, NH Berry Hill Farm, Stratham, NH

Roll back the years, to April 22, 1970. The first “Earth Day” was being celebrated around the country. Caroline Saltonstall and Buck Robinson, later to be husband and wife, were participating in different parts of …

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Van Berkum Nursery, Deerfield, NH Van Berkum Nursery, Deerfield, NH

Peter and Leslie Van Berkum started their wholesale nursery in 1987 in a sandpit near their apartment by piping in water from a nearby river. After three years, they bought their current site in Deerfield, …

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