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Welcome to Coppal House Farm!

We are a livestock and grain farm located in Lee, NH.  While we are a livestock farm, we are not a petting farm.  Our animals are being rotated each day around our pastures so they receive the best graze and we use electrified fence to protect them.  Our horses may be working on any given day or may be out to pasture as well.  We have specific events where we open our barns for viewing our livestock.  Viewing does not always guarantee patting.

At this time, if you would like to visit our farm, our farm stand is open for purchasing farm product from 10 am - 5 pm daily.  We ask that the public not wander down our farm lanes at this time, as equipment is in operation and we are preparing to open our fields for our Brown Bat Corn Maze on September 2nd!  We thank you for your understanding.aanding.

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 Brown Bat Corn Maze Opening Labor Day Weekend!

5 acre professionally designed corn maze, special events, fall decor, and farm stand with local product.  Experience fall on the farm from September 2nd through October 31st!

Find Us At Farmers Market!

We are attending two markets consistently through the summer: Seacoast Eat Local Farmers Market in Portsmouth NH,  and Lee NH Farmers Market held at Little River Park in Lee, NH.

For the month of September we will attend Vouchers for Veterans special market held on Tuesdays in Somersworth, NH (Rt. 108 - Next Level Church Parking Lot).

We will no longer be attending Salem NH Farmers Market.

For our schedule of dates and more info about a specific market, visit our SHOP page.

Farm Stand Hours

10 AM - 5 PM Thurs - Mon

 

For Lamb, Pork, Sunflower Oil, & Eggs*

*Eggs will be in very limited supply and priority will be given to those that have signed up for our egg CSA.  Thank you for your patience.

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My ideal for a farm. Off the beaten track. Beautiful windswept landscape. Not upscale Real folks doin' real farming. Sunflower festival in the summer.
If you are looking for a boutiquey experience, forget it. A complimentary impromptu tour? No time. Nope. Its a real NH Farm and God bless it. Visit during festival or when they have horse drawn rides on the trails.

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