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“Kids” to see “kids”

Spring is here, warm weather, crocuses in bloom, and lambs at the Taylor Bray Farm in Yarmouth Port. The Taylor-Bray farm is one of those sweet little windows into the past history of Yarmouth. Consisting of roughly 22 acres, the farm was originally settled in 1639 by Richard Taylor. Some of the original buildings are still visible and being used.

LAMBS EAT OATS AND GOATS EAT OATS AND...

The farm was purchased in 1987 by the Town of Yarmouth and is operated as a traditional farm in order to preserve this precious view of the Cape Cod rural lifestyle. The farm is located on Bray Farm Rd. (Old King's Highway to Longfellow to Bray Farm Road), in Yarmouth Port. Bring the "kids" by to see the "kids" - a new batch has just been born!

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