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COVID-19 Closure Updates

While closed to the general public, we welcome your call-in or email order for Remick beef, lamb, pork, eggs and maple syrup, made ready for your curbside pickup on the day and during the times mentioned above. We’re also offering local delivery on orders of $50 or more. Please call 603-323-7591 or email Joanne Gardner to place your order. 

We are eager to fill your request for local products and will do so to the best of our abilities.

  • Due to demand, our beef products are running low and we are currently out of ground beef—restock will take place in mid-April.
  • In order to serve as many as possible within the community, “bulk purchases” are not available at this time.
  • As always, eggs are available on an “as laid” basis.
  • See our list of farm-raised and -produced products. 
  • NEW! Maple Sugar made by Young Maple Ridge Sugar House, Sandwich, NH | 12 oz. | $14
  • NEW! Maple Cream made by Young Maple Ridge Sugar House, Sandwich, NH | 8 oz. | $10
  • Maple-Bacon Cheese Spread | 8 oz. | $6
    Made by The Sandwich Creamery using Remick maple syrup and bacon, providing a savory-sweet treat in this trying time.


From Friday, March 27–Monday, May 4, 2020, we are complying with Governor Chris Sununu’s “Stay at Home Order.” As an essential service, curbside pickup will be available until further notice.


MARCH 17, 2020

Dear Friends and Neighbors: 

Difficult times call for difficult measures. Today we find ourselves in the midst of a public health crisis that our founder, Dr. Edwin C. Remick, could have only imagined, having assumed that the advances in modern medicine had eradicated such a serious threat to his community and country.

In order to protect both our staff and visitors, the Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm is closing our buildings to the public effective immediately. All programs, meetings, tours, and gatherings have been postponed or canceled in accordance with CDC guidelines and the New Hampshire advisories. This is an evolving situation and as things change, we will post on social media and our website. At this time we are hopeful to be open sometime in April.

For the time being, we are making our farm products available to you on a pre-order basis with curbside pick-up and limited delivery within Tamworth and Sandwich. If you wish to place an order of meat, eggs, and/or maple products contact us at 603-323-7591 or email jgardner@remickmuseum.org. Our current schedule for pickup is Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:00 am to noon. Preferred payment is by credit card or check.

Although the buildings are closed, we encourage our community to practice safe social distancing on our grounds once the weather improves. The Binsack Trail will be open and you will see our animals out and about once we have released them onto pasture. I do ask that you keep a respectful distance from them, for although veterinarians assure me there is no documented animal-to-human or human-to-animal transfer of the COVID-19 virus, it is better for all to be safe and not touch or feed them.

UPDATE: POSTED MARCH 19, 2020: As the story of COVID-19 continues to evolve, my staff and I are increasingly concerned about the welfare of our animals and the ability to safely perform our jobs. Over the past few days, there were a number of people walking the property and unfortunately not all were practicing social distancing or abiding by our request not to touch animals or go into our buildings. These actions raise challenges for the continued health of my team and our livestock.

I am requesting that you limit your time at Remick to walking on the Binsack Trail and not venturing onto other areas of the property. The Trail is accessed from Great Hill Road, above the cattle barn, as well as on Cleveland Hill Road, close to, and across the street from, the entrance to our parking lot. I will continue to provide access to the Trail as long as it is prudent and on the condition that there is no vandalism, garbage, etc.

Most of the Remick staff is working at home, others are here behind-the-scenes caring for our animals and daily operations. We are still answering the phone and emails so please reach out to us with any concerns or needs we can safely address. If we work together, maintaining our hope and goodwill toward others, our community will get through these dark days.

Thank you for being our friends and neighbors,

Cara Sutherland
Executive Director
Edwin C. Remick Foundation


Future Updates from Us
We are monitoring the situation closely and will announce program or operational changes on our website and social media. Thank you for your understanding and support.

Our Facebook page

Further Information
Please stay informed. Here are some links to resources that can provide details on these and other recommendations:

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization

We look forward to welcoming you to historic Tamworth Village and the Remick homestead and farm!


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