There has always been agricultural activity on the farm, for summer wheat was grown here from earliest times until the Railroad from Washington D. C. made its way west. Then milk from the cows in these fields was brought to the railroad station landings for delivery to the city.
Today, our cream-topped milk is delivered in clear glass bottles, along with hand made rolls of bright yellow butter and pints of thick heavy cream. Our gardens yield wonderful fresh tomatoes, squash and corn and the several hundred mature blueberry bushes produce pints of the most luscious berries. You can pick them for your breakfast or to take some home.