Cecil County Farm Museum and Regional Agricultural Center

Cecil County Farm Museum and Regional Agricultural Center The Cecil County Farm Museum and Regional Agricultural Center is a nonprofit organization that is establishing a farm museum which will preserve our rich agricultural heritage.

To preserve the agricultural heritage of Cecil County through the establishment of a farm museum.

To preserve the agricultural heritage of Cecil County through the establishment of a farm museum.

Operating as usual

09/16/2021

Last call for vendors! We will be accepting vendor applications for our Heritage Day (to be held on October 16th) through Friday, October 1st. If you’re interested in learning more, email [email protected] or Call Matt Stauffer at 484-403-8138. Categories include relevant demonstrations, crafts, historical, agricultural, etc. Vendors selling merchandise are charged a fee of $25. In order to ensure a wide range of vendors, we will only be accepting a limited number of applications from certain categories. We will not be accepting applications from multi-level marketing/direct sales/mass produced companies and independent contractors.

09/02/2021

Sorry to deliver bad news, but our Tractor Pull scheduled for September 4th has been cancelled. Our museum will still be open 9 am - 3 pm. Come see us and the great displays.

08/27/2021

Our museum will be open to the public on September 4th, 9 am - 3 pm. Stop by and see us.

Don't forget to check out our silent auction items at the Cecil County Fair.  The chance to win these items ends on Satu...
07/29/2021

Don't forget to check out our silent auction items at the Cecil County Fair. The chance to win these items ends on Saturday.

Don't forget to come see us at the Cecil County Fair and stop by the Farm Museum tent.  You can bid on our Silent Auctio...
07/26/2021

Don't forget to come see us at the Cecil County Fair and stop by the Farm Museum tent. You can bid on our Silent Auction items and but a chance on our quilts. We also have some new gear to purchase. We are working to raise funds for a new bathroom at the Farm Museum Complex.

07/26/2021

The CCFMRAC would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone that came out to the fair during the Old Time Farm Weekend for the classic, antique, and lawn tractor pulls, tractor displays, machinery parade, and tractor ride. The weather cooperated and a good time was had by all. Don't forget to stop by our tent this week and place a bid or 2 during the silent auction. There are a lot of treasures to be had!

07/22/2021

Attention CCF Tractor Pullers. This year to pull at the fair you are required to be a member of the Farm Museum. Cost is $10 per individual or $20 per family. If you joined at our April pull you are already taken care of. Also, hook fee this year will be $15.

Hope to see you at the Fair!

Mary and Neal McCleary, Betty and Bud Moore, and Doris Jarrell are shown presenting, yesterday, 7/12/2021, at the Del-Ma...
07/14/2021

Mary and Neal McCleary, Betty and Bud Moore, and Doris Jarrell are shown presenting, yesterday, 7/12/2021, at the Del-Mar-Va Cub-Scouts Day camp, at Paper Mill Park, Delaware.

Their camp theme this week is “Down on the Farm”. Great job by all!!

Betty and Bud Moore, and Mary and Neal McCleary, are pictured at today’s Cecil County Cub-Scout Camp, at Elk Landing, pr...
06/26/2021

Betty and Bud Moore, and Mary and Neal McCleary, are pictured at today’s Cecil County Cub-Scout Camp, at Elk Landing, presenting interesting information to the Cub-Scouts about Farming, Corn, Hay and Straw. Do you know, on average, how many rows and total kernels are on each field corn ear?? Thanks to Betty, the Cub-Scouts do! Answer: 16 and 800… and, can you guess which of the four, CCFM presenters, is dressed as an “ear of corn”??...

Betty and Bud Moore, and Mary and Neal McCleary, are pictured at today’s Cecil County Cub-Scout Camp, at Elk Landing, presenting interesting information to the Cub-Scouts about Farming, Corn, Hay and Straw. Do you know, on average, how many rows and total kernels are on each field corn ear?? Thanks to Betty, the Cub-Scouts do! Answer: 16 and 800… and, can you guess which of the four, CCFM presenters, is dressed as an “ear of corn”??...

06/21/2021
CCFMRAC - Update - June 2021

Thanks to all of those who attended our Antique Car, Truck, Tractor and Machinery Show on June 19th. We had a great day! The museum soft opening was a success. A grand opening is being planned. See the update from our Executive Director at following link. https://www.ccfarmmuseum.org/home/update-june-2021 Hope to see everyone at the Cecil County Fair Old Time Farm Weekend July 23-25.

To: CCFMRAC Board Members and Officers, CCFMRAC Members, CCFMRAC Volunteers From: Mel Bacon, CCFMRAC Executive Director Good morning everyone… I want to take a moment and personally “Thank” each of you for your work and dedication towards the success of the CCFMRAC. Since our “Sneak-Peak

Join in on the fun.  9-4 pm today. Museum is open for viewing.
06/19/2021

Join in on the fun. 9-4 pm today. Museum is open for viewing.

05/25/2021

There will be a General Membership Meeting on June 3, 2021, 7 PM at the Farm Museum Meeting room. This is a chance for members to get a sneak peek at the progress we have made over the past year.

04/25/2021

Thanks to all that came out for the tractor pull today. We had a great day and we hope to see everyone at our annual show and grand opening on June 19th!

04/02/2021

Since Plow Day had to be postponed again we are looking for volunteers to help clean up sticks, etc. at the Farm Museum site tomorrow, April 3rd at 1 PM. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

04/02/2021

Unfortunately due to wet fields the Plow Day has been rescheduled again for April 10th.

03/26/2021

Unfortunately due to wet fields the Plow Day has been rescheduled for April 3rd.

02/27/2021

All members are invited to a virtual meeting to establish committees for 2021 on Tuesday, March 2nd at 7:30 pm. Please email [email protected] and we will send you the link. The committee options are below.

Membership Committee
Communication/Public Relations Committee
Events/Fundraising Committee
Education Committee
Site/Grounds Committee
Artifacts/Display Committee

2021 Annual Meeting.  Planning for an active 2021.
01/27/2021

2021 Annual Meeting. Planning for an active 2021.

2021 Annual Meeting. Planning for an active 2021.

01/22/2021

Thanks for the shoutout!

01/22/2021

We will be hosting our annual meeting virtually this year on January 26, 2021 @ 7 PM. Information for joining the meeting was in the newsletter you recently received. All members should have received that. If you are interested in receiving a link or phone number to attend please email [email protected]

On Sunday January 10th, 2021, the Haines family will be hosting a drive through memorial for Ben Haines, beloved husband...
01/05/2021

On Sunday January 10th, 2021, the Haines family will be hosting a drive through memorial for Ben Haines, beloved husband, father, brother, and friend. The family will be setting up Ben’s tractors at the family farm. Please come share your support for the family at Albeck Farm, 810 Telegraph Road, Rising Sun MD 21911 between 9am and 11am.

http://rtfoard.tributes.com/obituary/show/Benjamin-S.-Haines-108505439

Our new logo.
01/05/2021

Our new logo.

01/02/2021

So sad for the loss of member and past president Bennie Haines.

11/11/2020

All,

The CCFM is looking for members that are interested in serving on the Board of Directors. In January we will be voting on new board members. Each new member will serve a 3 year term. If interested, please contact CCFM President Matt Stauffer at [email protected] or CCFM Executive Director Mel Bacon at [email protected] by 25 November.

Thank you,

Matt Stauffer
CCFM President

10/18/2020

Thank you everyone for your support yesterday! We sold out of our 2020 supply and what was left from 2019.

We are out of sugar free, but still have regular and apple cider for $7.  Don't forget Smoked, LLC for lunch.
10/17/2020

We are out of sugar free, but still have regular and apple cider for $7. Don't forget Smoked, LLC for lunch.

Photos from Cecil County Farm Museum's post
10/10/2020

Photos from Cecil County Farm Museum's post

Jarring time.  Teamwork!
10/10/2020

Jarring time. Teamwork!

The Apple Butter is cooking.  Getting ready for next week!
10/10/2020

The Apple Butter is cooking. Getting ready for next week!

Cecil County Farm Museum Heritage DayOctober 17th, 10 AM-4 PM @ Farm Museum Site, 820 Appleton Road, Elkton, MDEven thou...
09/30/2020

Cecil County Farm Museum Heritage Day
October 17th, 10 AM-4 PM @ Farm Museum Site, 820 Appleton Road, Elkton, MD

Even though we can't have our full event this year, we still hope that you support the Farm Museum by purchasing our famous Apple Butter.

Fresh cooked Apple Butter available by Drive-Thru. No pre-order necessary.

Regular and Sugar Free Available In 16 oz. jars - $6 each

Smoked, LLC will be on site for To-Go Meals, see image for menu.

Address

820 Appleton Rd
Elkton, MD
21921

General information

A temporary site for the Cecil County Farm Museum is in the front lobby of Jerry's Auto, 34 Buckley Ave, Rising Sun, MD. This is a small display of a much larger collection of artifacts that is in storage awaiting for our farm museum to be finished at the Basell North America site. Former Broad Lands property @ 912 Appleton Road.

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Visit our website www.ccfarmmuseum.org and click on Membership to learn about how to become a member.

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Video of this years tractor ride through fair hill
The Cecil County Farm Museum will be offering Drive-Thru pickup for Apple Butter on October 17th as well as Smoked LLC Meals-To-Go. We hope you can join us! See link
Since the cecil county fair got canceled this year enjoy this video of last years tractors from the ride
Our show on June 20th has been cancelled, however, Smoked, LLC has graciously agreed to come and have To-Go Meals available to help benefit the Farm Museum. See details below. We are also hoping to host a Tractor Pull on July 25th is conditions allow. We will keep you posted on that. Menu for June 20th, 2-5 PM @ Farm Museum Site, 820 Appleton Road, Elkton, MD Phone 443-945-1104 for pre-orders Customers will be asked to stay in car we will take their orders and money and deliver them to their vehicle. Any one can come by and order. Food will be available till 5:00 or until sold out.
Plow day was a success.
Has a Schedule of Events been put together for the year?
Our very own Betty Moore. Congratulations
Please pray for the family. Such a horrible tragedy to lose a farm.
This such a great article.