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Chloe

By Jennifer | April 30, 2016 |

It is with sad hearts that we tell you of the passing of Chloe. She died peacefully of old age on April 22 with both Sheri and Jim by her side. Sheri and Jim first met Chloe in November of 2001. They brought her home in early 2002. She soon became everyone’s favorite greeter at…

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Fun on the Farm…Sorry kids, this one’s for the grown ups!

By Jennifer | March 29, 2016 |

Grown up Farm Camp at East Hill Farm Good for body, mind and soul! Your week begins with a peaceful country setting not so far away, but very far from your everyday life, the hustle and bustle or the tedium of your regular schedule. Come for supper on Sunday and stay ‘til after breakfast on…

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Ask A Farmer: A Bunny for Easter?

By Jennifer | March 16, 2016 |

Are you thinking about buying a cute little bunny for your child this Easter? Here are a few very important things you should consider first! The fuzzy little bunny you buy for Easter won’t stay small forever. It will soon grow into a full size rabbit. It is important to make sure your family won’t…

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The Magic of Maple

By Jennifer | February 29, 2016 |

The sap is running and soon maple sugar houses all around New England will be busy turning that sweet nectar into the glorious liquid gold that we all crave! Whether you drizzle it on top of your pancakes or use it in your favorite recipe, maple syrup always adds the right amount of sweetness to…

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Welcome to the Herd, Teddy!

By Jennifer | February 9, 2016 |

Farmer Perri is excited to introduce the newest member of our herd! Teddy is a 7-year-old Bay Quarter Horse. He stands approximately 15.3 hands. He came to us from a local family where he was a trail horse. Teddy was born and raised in Kentucky where he had fun roping cattle Western style. Over the…

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Ask a Farmer: Keeping a Family Milking Cow

By Jennifer | February 2, 2016 |

The following question was recently posed to Farmer Sara, our barn manager at East Hill Farm: “I have room on my property to keep one family milking cow. What do I need to know before jumping into this venture?” There are a number of issues one needs to consider and research prior to beginning such…

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Our Neck of the Woods: Shift Your Shopping

By Jennifer | January 4, 2016 |

One of the many benefits of living in the Monadnock Region is that it is chock-full of locally owned businesses and shops. For a full listing, head to Monadnock Buy Local and “Shift Your Shopping!” We have put together a small sampling of what the Monadnock Region has to offer. If you are looking for…

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Currier & Ives Cookie Tour

By Jennifer | December 13, 2015 |

The 11th annual Currier and Ives Cookie Tour was held this weekend and it was an outstanding success! The weather was mild and the roads dry, leading to a large turnout. The Currier and Ives Cookie Tour began eleven years ago as a way to celebrate the Christmas season. The concept for beginning a cookie…

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Farm Fare: Chicken Cordon Bleu Soup

By Jennifer | November 14, 2015 |

Fall is in full swing on the farm. With the bright fall colors behind us we are busy preparing for the months ahead. Brisk days and cool nights are the perfect time to enjoy a steaming bowl of soup. We are sharing one of our farm favorites with you in hopes that it will become…

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Fall Foliage Tours

By Jennifer | October 4, 2015 |

One of the most special times to be at East Hill Farm is during the fall when it is foliage season. As many of you have witnessed, the splashes of red, burgundy, orange, and yellow on Mt. Monadnock make our view even more spectacular. We have several bus tours that stop in for lunch on…

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