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The Battle of Dimond Hill

In what has become a Fourth of July tradition here on the Dimond Hill Farm website, we are reposting this (mostly) factual account of how Abbott Presby’s patriotic passions and explosive personality worked to make Dimond Hill a model of civic pride and celebration each Independence Day … despite what his wife thought about the whole deal. ——————- […]

The Tomato Watch is On …

The tomato watch is on up here at the Dimond Hill Farm. Tomato plants that were greenhouse germinated in late February, and transplanted to the tunnels in April, now are bursting with beguilingly green globes of gratifying goodness just waiting for the right combination of sunlight and temperature that will stimulate the kind of rich, rosie-red […]

Dimond Hill Farm Stand Opens May 25th

Ah, Spring in New Hampshire … the maple sugaring has gone by, the black flies are swarming, and those pesky mosquitoes and tourist have yet to arrive. One day’s it’s raining buckets, the next its sunny, near 80 and wicked humid, and the following morning we’re lighting the wood stove to take the chill out […]

The Haunting of Dimond Hill

Gather round the hearth my friends and warm yourselves by the fire, safe from the wind and the rain … but not, perhaps, from the chill that’s likely to tickle your spine as I tell you a tale of the ghosts of Dimond Hill. You see, the Dimond Hill Farm seems to sit at a […]

Tomato Time at The DHF

“It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.” American Humorist and Writer Lewis Grizzard. I love this quote because I can feel the juice running down my chin whenever I read it. Every now and then, up here at the Dimond Hill Farm, we like to pluck the fleshy fruit […]

Soup’s On at the Dimond Hill Farm

In our never-ending quest to provide you guys with the freshest, best tasting, most nutritious and all natural food items available, the Dimond Hill Farm has added Pika’s Farm Table soups to our lineup this year. And just to make sure you get the full package with this new product, one of Pika’s chefs will […]

The Battle of Dimond Hill

In a letter to his wife, Abigail, shortly after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, John Adams wrote that the Fourth of July each year “ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations …” A fine sentiment, of course, and the kind of call to […]

Tomato Trivia …

  If you’re anything like me – and, let’s face it, who wouldn’t want to be (don’t answer that) – then you love a good, flavor-packed, vine ripened, locally-grown tomato. Those imported supermarket super models, whose tomato qualities are only skin deep, just don’t make the grade. So I’m more than a little excited to […]

Wee’rrrre Baaaaack!!!!

Well, it’s been quite an off season up here at the Dimond Hill Farm, but just when it seemed like Jane and Pam and the crew just couldn’t take another game of Parcheesi around the kitchen table (or another one of Jane’s room-painting fits), the weather broke enough to allow the gang to get back […]

The Haunting of Dimond Hill

Gather round the hearth my friends and warm yourselves by the fire, safe from the wind and the rain … but not, perhaps, from the chill that’s likely to tickle your spine as I tell you a tale of the ghosts of Dimond Hill. You see, the Dimond Hill Farm seems to sit at a […]