Farm of Distinction. Second generation is now running the 35 acre farm that's been home to the Goodrich family since 1959. Built by Stratham's Thomas Wiggin family in 1725 the iconic Saltbox style house and farm stand fronts 12 acres of open fields speckled with flowers and a lively frog pond. Backed by 23 densely wooded acres home to deer, turkeys, geese and plentiful birds. Beautiful setting for your family outings to enjoy after berry picking. Family owned and operated raising 6 varieties of well maintained raspberries and 8 varieties of highbush blueberries.
Squash, peppers, rhubarb, carrots, corn
Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, apples
Pick Your Own
August: Blueberries & raspberries, early May: flowers
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