Coppal House Farm began more than 30 years ago as a family farm run by John and Carol Hutton in Stratham, New Hampshire. They later relocated it to a 78-acre property in Lee, New Hampshire, that has been used for farming since the 1740s.
Today, Coppal House Farm is a highly diversified, self-sustaining farm that is home to hundreds of animals, including the Belgian draft horses that are used to plow the fields. It is open to the public, offering farm-fresh products and seasonal attractions such as a pumpkin festival and the largest corn maze on the Seacoast.
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