New Hampshire Crops Directory

New Hampshire Crops

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We are currently compiling a list of companies both large & small that manufacture and/or sell Crops or produce goods made from Crops, right here in New Hampshire.

Please visit their sites & see what they have to offer, you may be surprised to find that many New Hampshire based Crops businesses produce the same type of products made elsewhere in the US & overseas.



Cardigan Mountain Orchard

We offer customers worldwide fine NH Apples, Cider, Jams, Pickles, Homemade Apple Pie and other exceptional local products. Some of our items are available to be shipped using our online store. In addition to our already picked premium apples we are now offering pick-your-own McIntosh, Cortland and Macoun apples. In addition, we always encourage our customers to take a walk amongst the trees, enjoy the spectacular views and pick an apple for a snack.
Date Added (3/21/2013)

Barrett Hill Farm

By 1752, the Barrett family successfully fulfilled the requirements to obtain a King's Grant farm in the southwestern corner of Mason, NH abutting the Massachusetts state line. This ground has sustained generations and continues to produce a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and livestock today.
Date Added (3/21/2013)

Blueberry Bay Farm

Blueberry Bay Farm is a 12-Acre, U-pick blueberry farm in the New Hampshire Seacoast town of Stratham. Located just a few hundred yards from the Great Bay estuary, the farm sits in a spectacular and unique rural/coastal setting.
Date Added (3/21/2013)

Brookford Farm

Welcome to our biologically diverse farm in historic Canterbury, NH! We practice sustainable, community-based farming methods, which include careful rotational grazing, a strictly local model for doing business, and a profound respect for the life cycles of the plants and animals in our care.
Date Added (3/21/2013)

Apple Acres

Apple Acres is a family orchard established by my father Samuel J. Nassar Sr. in 1943. Since then, our unique orchard has come along way without increasing in size like many others have. Being small makes things more manageable for my wife and I so we can maintain excellent customer service. Today, the orchard is owned and operated by myself, Samuel J. Nassar Jr., and my wife, Jean Nassar.
Date Added (3/21/2013)

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