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Appleton Farms, Ipswich

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • It was a rainy weekend which might explain why there really wasn't much going on. The store was much smaller than expected and the prices were high. The farm was nice but not really much going on didn...  read more »
  • Wonderful walking around the farm roads and grass rides. Friendly and curious cows. History alive! I go here frequently. 
  • This property is owned and managed by the Trustees of Reservations. There are miles of trails on the property for running or walking. The dairy farm store has fresh cheeses, milk, cream, fruits and mo...  read more »
  • Made homemade biscuits and gravy this morning using Appleton Farms pork sausage. Fed this to my two boys ages 8 and 4. Normally when they don't want to eat I tell them they have to eat at least have their plate, well this morning I am damn glad I decided to let them be done! I went to finish my 4 year olds plate only to bite into some meat and chip my tooth on a CHUNK OF GLASS. I will NEVER buy from this company again and I will be telling my family and friends the same! I have no idea how to upload my photos to this but I do have them and left a message with the manager!
  • Gorgeous spot to take a walk or run. Great to bring to dogs along too.
  • Amazing farm with delicious and not too expensive food. I'm usually getting there milk and organ meat.
  • The items for sale here are mostly made in the north shore area if not at Appleton Farms itself.
  • A beautiful farm. Wonderful trails to walk on or go horseback riding. Great place to bring children and let them see farm animals. I love the way they make it very inviting for a family to come and see what they do. The barn that they keep carriages in really intrigued me. They have a teaching area for children. Thats the way to teach. Kids learn so much about life through farming principles. Read C. Spurgeons farming sermons, "The Parable Of The Sower". This farm is a real beauty. And...they have Jersey cows which are so beautiful to gaze upon.
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