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Kimball Farm is a working family farm that has been in the family since 1820. We now have three generations working the farm.
From 1820 to 1977 it was a dairy farm, but when Leonard had a tree-falling accident we had to sell 160 head of dairy cattle. Since that time, we have raised beef cattle, llamas, pigs, and chickens. Tyler and Lori now operate a feed and equipment business called Kimball Farm Feeds, Inc. that supplies over 7,000 products to New England farmers.
Llamas were added in 1986 and have become a huge tourist attraction. Be sure to visit them across from the farm. We used one along with sunflowers for our first maze and this year we are featuring all the animals we raise. We have a beef cow, a draft horse and a llama across the top part and a pig and chicken at their feet.
When Leonard suddenly passed away in 1997 we had thirty-six, but now we are down to thirteen and they are guaranteed a home here for as long as they live. Many people come and visit them every day.
The draft horses, beef cattle, pigs and chickens are loved by all of us and they
complete the operation.
Kimball Brick House -
Opening date: Friday, August 29th
Closing date: Sat, Nov 8th
Open Fri & Sat
From 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun and Holidays
from 10:00 am until 1 hour before sunset
Full Moon Maze
Open until 9:00 PM
Fri & Sat nights
Sept 12 & 13
Oct 10 & 11
Nov 7 & 8
Schedule Private Hay rides & Sleigh Rides for your Special Occasion
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The dark green lines represent the 5' wide maze paths with the light green background represents the 15' standing corn barrier separating the paths. You will walk the path to the courtyard in the middle of the field, then you can choose one of four mazes to solve or you can solve all four. After solving a maze, you can choose if you want to exit or tackle another maze.