There are many activities to do while you are here to admire the sunflower fields during our festival from 7/25/2020 - 8/2/2020. Some events happen on the weekends and some happen on the weekdays. Be sure to check the dates of each event carefully.
Dog Policy: There are NO DOGS or other pets allowed on the farm. You are welcome to contact TAKE 5 Doggie Daycare down the street from the farm to see if they are available to take your dog while you visit the flowers. They are only open Monday thru Friday.
Award Winning Sunflower Oil
The real value is not in the products we sell. We are making life-long connections with the people that visit us, and we are changing how our community thinks and feels about the food they eat.
Best High Heat Cooking Oil
Use on your stovetop for stir-frying and sauteing.
Light buttery flavor will allow the flavors of what you are cooking to come through.
Rich in Vitamin E & Omega 6
Naturally high in Vitamin E which is important in heart, immune system & eye health.
Omega 6's help lower bad cholesterol, raise good cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease
Not only does it help to lower bad cholesterol, but it is also naturally cholesterol free.
Use as a base for homemade salad dressings, mayonnaise, pesto and more!
Where to Purchase
Our Farm Store
Open Daily 10 AM - 5 PM
*Hours differ during sunflower festival
118 North River Rd (Rt 155)
Lee, NH 03861
At Farmers Markets
Salem NH Farmers Market
Tuscan Village South
10 AM - 2 PM
CLICK HERE for Salem NH Farmers Market website
8.5 oz $10.00
16.9 oz $16.00
Refill Your Bottle
8.5 oz $6.00
16.9 oz $12.00
How Refills Work
When your bottle is empty, tip upside down to drain. Do not wash with water, it is very difficult to get dry. Bring empty bottle with cap back to the farm or farmers market to refill.
Ask us about wholesaling our oil for making soap and other items!
More info coming soon!
How It's Made
Why Sunflower Oil?
In 2007, we started with only two-acres of our first crop of winter canola to press for culinary oil, and we haven’t looked back. We quickly found out how much the local deer populations appreciated our canola feeding stations, and needed a solution. Sunflowers became that solution. Although predation played a role in our decision to grow sunflowers, the need also had to encompass our overall vision for our farm. From our motto to “compliment not compete”, grew the desire to produce a product that has been absent from the New England agricultural scene. Culinary oils are the result of that desire. While researching how culinary oils are produced, we discovered that not only could we produce a human food product, but the meal byproduct, being high in protein, would give us the potential to produce our own home-grown feed for all our livestock. Our feed costs to date have been drastically reduced, and we have control over its contents. Our ultimate goal is to produce multi-use crops that aid in the sustainability of our farm and the local food system.
We grow over 14-acres of sunflowers that we cold-press into unrefined, Non-GMO sunflower oil using traditional extruding methods. We have a refill station at the farm and at all farmer’s markets we attend to reduce waste and encourage recycling. We have created feed rations for our hogs and sheep, and are developing a ration for our chickens. In only one season of feeding our own grain, our processing locations for our livestock have commented on the tenderness of the meat that they process from our animals. We attribute that increase in quality solely to the sunflower meal.
Coppal House Farm Receives 2016 Good Food Award
Rural NH Farm Becomes Nationally Recognized
San Francisco, CA: The Good Food Awards named Coppal House Farm’s Sunflower Oil a winner in the 2016 Good Food Awards.
Over 800 people gathered on January 15 to pay tribute to 176 Good Food Award Winners of 2016. By the majestic Golden Gate Bridge on the San Francisco Bay numerous farmers, chefs, journalists, and activists united to celebrate the exceptional food crafters including luminaries Alice Waters, Nell Newman and Slow Food Founder, Carlo Petrini.
The winners harken from 33 states, having risen to the top amongst 1,937 entries in a Blind Tasting with 203 judges held in September. The highest scoring entries were submitted to a rigorous vetting process to verify they met the sustainability and social responsibility criteria to win a Good Food. This year’s winners represent the forefront of American craft food, making products that are delicious, respectful of the environment, and connected to communities and cultural traditions.
John Hutton, owner of Coppal House Farm, was asked to give the acceptance speech for those who won in the oil division. “As a first time award winner, I was honored to be asked to speak and pay tribute to my fellow oil producers,” said Hutton. “Our ultimate goal, at Coppal House Farm, is to produce multi-use crops that aid in the sustainability of our farm and the local food system. We are thrilled to have this organization recognize our efforts.”
Good Food Awards founder Sarah Weiner noted in her closing remarks: “Twenty years ago, it took travelling across the globe to encounter something so exquisite that it jolted me into seeing the world with new eyes. Now, you are giving people a taste of how good life can be right here on our own soil…changing America’s definition of Good Food.”
About the Good Food Awards The Good Food Awards celebrates the kind of food we all want to eat: tasty, authentic and responsibly produced. We grant awards to outstanding American food producers and the farmers who provide their ingredients. Seedling Projects 501 (c) 3 organizes the Awards in collaboration with a broad community of food producers, food writers and passionate food-lovers. Find more information at: seedlingprojects.org and goodfoodawards.org.
About Coppal House Farm Coppal House Farm (118 North River Rd, Lee, NH 03861; Phone: 603-659-3572) is the first culinary oil producer in the state of NH. Coppal House is proud to manage the production of it’s sunflower oil, from planting to bottling, on the farm. Family owned and operated, Coppal House Farm also produces free-range eggs; naturally raised pork, lamb, & chicken; and a selection of seasonal vegetables. For more information about Coppal House Farm visit www.nhcornmaze.com.