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Because the Adams were farmers first and retailers second, they relied on the growing season for their business at first; after the fall harvest of primarily apples and pumpkins they would ready the farm for winter and close the stand until spring. They begin staying open year-round in 1956, at which time they start buying in produce from peddlers and other local farmers to supplement what they themselves grow. At this time they are still selling out of the farmstand.

Photo: Fairacre Farms Stand