Case-Barlow Farm was founded in 1814 when Chauncey and Cleopatra Case traveled to Hudson with their 5 children in a covered wagon. David Hudson, founder of Hudson, built a log cabin for their arrival. Chauncey and his sons then built the farmhouse with bricks that they fired from clay on the property finishing it in 1831. The Big Red barn was built in 1890 to support their large 483 acre dairy farm. Hattie Susan Case married farm manager Franklin Barlow in 1890 and the Barlow family lived on the farm until 1995.
The Big Red Barn has been preserved to retain the historic charm of the building while adding extensive structural support and modern restrooms and catering facilities.
The farm has been managed by Case-Barlow Farm Bicentennial and 501c3 Nonprofit organization since 1995.
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