As the current COVID-19 situation continues to rapidly evolve, we are working hard to meet the needs of our customers. Thank you for your continued support and understanding during these times.
We are thrilled about all the interest in coming here but we have to ask that there are no unannounced visitors. We ask that no one comes to the farm without checking in first. This is for your own safety and the safety of our family and livestock.
In the coming years we hope to provide more ways for the public to come and see our land but at this time we ask that it not be used by others as a hunting, fishing or recreational area and that dogs be kept off premises, as this poses an immediate threat to our children, working dogs, livestock and our overall bio-security.
We ask that you only come to the farm to pick up orders during regular businesses hours or by appointment.
According to the history of Durham, Maine, Nathaniel Osgood and his brother, Aaron Osgood moved to Durham in the early 1780's from Deerfield, New Hampshire. However, the Osgood's had originally been from the Amesbury, Massachusetts area. Nathaniel had apparently served in a regiment of Colonel Bagley in the Revolutionary War and Bagley was the proprietor of Royalsborough later to become Durham. Bagley sold lots in Royalsborough to men who had served under him. It is believed that Osgood purchased the land in 1779.