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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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Preservation Alliance Declares Year of Barns
Posted December 12, 2016
Preservation Alliance Declares Year of Barns

Citing an accelerating rate of barn demolition and collapse, the N.H. Preservation Alliance has announced a campaign to help preserve at least 52 barns across the state in 2017 with planning grants, education and promotion …

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New Insects…and Trees for Troops
Posted December 1, 2016
New Insects…and Trees for Troops

 Two new vegetable crop pests have invaded New Hampshire. And they target two large and important vegetable crop families that are widely grown by farmers and gardeners in the state. UNH Cooperative Extension Specialist Alan …

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Leek Moth and Swede Midge Found in Home Gardens
Posted December 1, 2016

Two new vegetable crop pests have been confirmed in New Hampshire, thanks to a sharp-eyed home garden- er in Colebrook. Leek moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella, is a serious pest of Allium plants—onions, garlic, leeks, chives and shallots. Leek moth larvae develop and feed on the leaves of alliums, potentially resulting in stunted plant growth, introduction of rot, and reduction of the storage life of the bulbs. Visible signs of leek moth include characteristic “windowpane” or leaf

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Plaid Friday November 25 !!
Posted November 22, 2016
Plaid Friday November 25 !!

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NH Farm Bureau Associated Women Publish Farm Histories
Posted November 20, 2016
NH Farm Bureau Associated Women Publish Farm Histories

From the Associated Women of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau Federation:
These are our stories, our hopes, our dreams. The myriad little reasons we get up in the mornings to work the farm another day. We …

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Farm Credit East Offers Business Basics for Beginning Farmers Webinar
Posted November 10, 2016

Join an informative and free webinar, Business Basics for Beginning Farmers, on Tuesday, November 15 from
11:00 am – noon. If you’re interested in starting a farm enterprise, or know someone who is, tune into Business
Basics …

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