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Early Summer 2019

WE have finally moved into the FUN season at Cold Moon Farm– SUMMER is officially here! Though spring was slow in coming, we are back into full swing. First, we are excited to welcome our two summer working students, Sydney

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Winter 2019

So here we are in the depths of winter– icy, wind driven pellets are sprinkling my windows, the chimes on the porch are twinkling their melodies and the horses are (reluctantly) pulled into their stalls while we wait for the

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Summer 2018 Update

It has been a busy spring and summer this year– so busy that we have been neglectful of updating our website! We will attempt to compress several months of fun and adventure into a concise summary. JEF Anna Rose moved

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Now Accepting: Summer 2018 Internship/Working Student Program

Cold Moon Farm is currently seeking farm management interns and horsemanship working students for the Summer 2018 season.  Participants must be 16 years or older and be prepared to commit to a schedule, but terms are flexible. Please see our

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Strafford County Equestrian Trail Riders

Cold Moon Farm has been happy to host several meetings of local equestrian trail riding enthusiasts who are hoping to preserve, protect and promote equestrian trail use in Strafford County. While we are still in our beginning stages, there is

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Late Fall Update, 2017

Fall is always a time of transition– students and teachers return to school, the crunch of competition season slows down, and nature begins the process of preparing for the winter season. At Cold Moon Farm, we have been busy this

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Late Summer Update, 2017

The crew at Cold Moon Farm, LLC, has had an active and full summer season!  Here is a quick update on some of our comings and goings: June: Principal Horseman Christina Keim had judging commitments at the Charles River Dressage

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