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Farm Day produces a record-breaking crowd

  • Chuckie Braga, 5, of Pembroke, enjoys an apple  at Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon.  A record-breaking crowd of 2,000 visitors enjoyed local foods, local vendors and fun at the sixth annual Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm on Oct. 13. The farm has been around for more than 150 years and has provided citizens with locally-produced, grass-fed beef for the last eight years. Farm Day is a way to share the benefits of buying fresh and local, as well as sharing local tradition and the simple way of life found on a working farm.

    Chuckie Braga, 5, of Pembroke, enjoys an apple at Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon. A record-breaking crowd of 2,000 visitors enjoyed local foods, local vendors and fun at the sixth annual Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm on Oct. 13. The farm has been around for more than 150 years and has provided citizens with locally-produced, grass-fed beef for the last eight years. Farm Day is a way to share the benefits of buying fresh and local, as well as sharing local tradition and the simple way of life found on a working farm.

  • Jack Yerkes, 2, of Concord, is ready to hop on the oxen cart to take a ride at Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon. A record-breaking crowd of 2,000 visitors enjoyed local foods, local vendors and fun at the sixth annual Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm on Oct. 13. The farm has been around for more than 150 years and has provided citizens with locally-produced, grass-fed beef for the last eight years. Farm Day is a way to share the benefits of buying fresh and local, as well as sharing local tradition and the simple way of life found on a working farm.

    Jack Yerkes, 2, of Concord, is ready to hop on the oxen cart to take a ride at Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon. A record-breaking crowd of 2,000 visitors enjoyed local foods, local vendors and fun at the sixth annual Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm on Oct. 13. The farm has been around for more than 150 years and has provided citizens with locally-produced, grass-fed beef for the last eight years. Farm Day is a way to share the benefits of buying fresh and local, as well as sharing local tradition and the simple way of life found on a working farm.

  • Chuckie Braga, 5, of Pembroke, enjoys an apple  at Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon.  A record-breaking crowd of 2,000 visitors enjoyed local foods, local vendors and fun at the sixth annual Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm on Oct. 13. The farm has been around for more than 150 years and has provided citizens with locally-produced, grass-fed beef for the last eight years. Farm Day is a way to share the benefits of buying fresh and local, as well as sharing local tradition and the simple way of life found on a working farm.
  • Jack Yerkes, 2, of Concord, is ready to hop on the oxen cart to take a ride at Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm in Loudon. A record-breaking crowd of 2,000 visitors enjoyed local foods, local vendors and fun at the sixth annual Farm Day at Miles Smith Farm on Oct. 13. The farm has been around for more than 150 years and has provided citizens with locally-produced, grass-fed beef for the last eight years. Farm Day is a way to share the benefits of buying fresh and local, as well as sharing local tradition and the simple way of life found on a working farm.
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