379-year-old N.H. farm goes unsold

379-year-old N.H. farm goes unsold

But Tuttle family gets to raise new crop of farmers
Young farmer Patrick Gale looks over the crop at Tuttles Farm in Dover, N.H. Slow real estate sales has led a nonprofit New Hampshire group to take advantage of the situation by using the old farm as a training ground for a group of twenty-somethings looking to be farmers.
Jameson Small, left, and Patrick Gale look after one of their pigs in Dover, N.H. A year after Tuttles Farm, considered America’s oldest continuously operated family farm, put their spread up for sale, they have partnered with a nonprofit New Hampshire group of young, aspiring farmers that are taking care of their land as they await a buyer.

379-year-old N.H. farm goes unsold

Young farmer Patrick Gale looks over the crop at Tuttles Farm in Dover, N.H. Slow real estate sales has led a nonprofit New Hampshire group to take advantage of the situation by using the old farm as a training ground for a group of twenty-somethings looking to be farmers.
Jameson Small, left, and Patrick Gale look after one of their pigs in Dover, N.H. A year after Tuttles Farm, considered America’s oldest continuously operated family farm, put their spread up for sale, they have partnered with a nonprofit New Hampshire group of young, aspiring farmers that are taking care of their land as they await a buyer.
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