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This heritage farm is over 150 years old and still has the old farmhouse occupied. Yates Conwill built the farmhouse in 1900 for a milk cow and $300. Twenty-five miles south of Tupelo, this historic farm specializes in equine education, hiking, fishing, geocaching, trail rides, event hosting and more.
Activities: Specialize in equine activities and education. Horseback riding, horse training, horse care clinics, supervised horse rides, trail rides, boarding and riding lessons. Also, bird watching, and over 600 varieties of daylilies. Ride the pony express, camping the primitive way, rabbit and duck races, hayrides, mazes, u-pick vegetables, pumpkin patch, grocaching and more.
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