The first of six generations of Hortons settled in Glastonbury, CT on the banks of the Connecticut River. With business beginning in historic 1860, the farm began with no more than a red barn and quaint farmhouse, both of which remain in existence today. Along with these antiques, Ken Horton and his family expanded the Horton Farms to include a total of seven barns set on 35 acres of land. Throughout the farm\'s unprecedented 250 years of production the Hortons have grown tomatoes, butternut squash, dairy, and tobacco.
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