Coppal House Farm
John & Carol Hutton118 North River Road (Route 155)
Lee, NH 03861
phone: (603) 659-3572
email: coppalhouse @ comcast . net
We are a 78 acre mixed power farm, using both Belgian draft horses and tractors for tilling and harvesting that focuses on crop rotation to increase the viability of our soil with minimal chemical impact. We added a high tunnel to the property to not only lengthen our growing season, but also diversify our vegetables to offer at market. Our sheep and chickens are fed a grain ration that consists 66-95% of grain grown on our farm. That grain consists not only of corn, but also of sunflower and camelina meal that is a byproduct of pressing sunflower seeds and camelina seeds for our homegrown cooking oils. As the first NH farm to grow and press canola & sunflowers for cooking oil, we grow non-GMO crops that, after harvested, are cold-pressed in our very own oilseed press, creating an unprocessed oil that retains all of the original qualities of the oil. Most importantly, the high content of Vitamin E as well as the high levels of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, which are essential for a healthy diet. In 2015, we won our first Good Food Award for our sunflower oil. We also invite the public to our farm every summer, fall, and winter to participate in our sunflower festival, corn maze, and sleigh rides.Agricultural Practices
Conventional, No routine antibiotics used, No added hormones, Free range, Pasture-raised, Grassfed with grain supplement, Heritage breeds: Duroc Cross Hogs
Town of Lee and the State of NH
Summer: Durham, Exeter, Portsmouth Winter: Rolling Green in Greenland, Seacoast Eat Local in Exeter and Rollinsford
restaurants This farm sells to restaurants.
Farm Stand open daily 10 am to 5 pm year round (see website for seasonal closed dates)
A wide variety of vegetables including asparagus, pumpkins, winter squash, onions, and garlic.
Lamb, pork, chicken
Culinary Oils including Sunflower and Camelina, cut sunflower stems