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Host Sarah Connelly says:
First settled in the early 1800s by Joseph McCracken as payment for his service in the revolutionary war, the original farm encompassed over 100 acres. It has exchanged many hands and is now where we call home, a quiet little farm on top of a hill on a dead-end road.
Today, we raise Katahdin sheep, use horses to work the land, eat fresh eggs, grow our own vegetables, and raise our own meats. This is what we would like to share with you. Kids can get in on the action and help with chores, brush the horses, learn to garden and so much more. We are welcome to answer any questions you may have.
Zip code: 13842
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