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Emery Farm, Durham

4.5
#23 of 42 in Wildlife in New Hampshire
Nature / Park · Hidden Gem · Farm
Emery Farm is a continually owned family farm in the United States founded in 1655 and located in Durham, New Hampshire. During its history the farm was used mainly for timber harvesting and for growing hay and grain that was sold locally for animal feed.
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  • Love their new building, and their precautions for handling the pandemic. The goats and chickens are still there so be sure to say hi to them when you visit! They have a lot of local products for...  more »
  • Nice farmer's market, yummy sandwiches, drinks and ice cream. Add a beautiful setting,fun animals to pet and an excellent staff and you have a really nice lunch stop. The renovated building is great.....  more »
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  • Perfect. Friendly and efficient and I'm excited for their new market and cafe to open!
  • Blueberry picking is an annual tradition for our family, and we only come here to support local agriculture and land stewardship . Emery Farm dates back to 1660.

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