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End of a 378-year era

Nation’s oldest running family farm put on market in N.H.

Bob Temple, a full-time Tuttle Farm worker; Lia Norman; Jenn Hall; and Tim Warren installed irrigation piping. Bob Temple, a full-time Tuttle Farm worker; Lia Norman; Jenn Hall; and Tim Warren installed irrigation piping. (Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / July 27, 2010

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DOVER, N.H. — Like generations of Tuttles before him, Will Tuttle has spent his life on the family farm, working its tree-lined acres from seed to harvest. He learned by the side of his father and grandfather and, like them, chose to make his living off the land. (Full article: 945 words)

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