With the Hugheses are (from left) chamber president Garith Dedmon, Chamber director Kasey Mathews, Buck (an unusually photogenic farm dog), and Chamber member Teresa Sampson.

The Marshfield Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Hope Springs Farm, 1658 Pyatt Road, Hartville.

The farm has been a popular event venue for some time now, but new to the farm is Fly-Over Valley. According to owners Justin and Lauren Hughes (pictured with scissors), “Fly-Over Valley is the new location on our farm that we have prepared for corporate game bird retreats. We've spent all year preparing the land, going through training ourselves and training our dogs! These hunts will create a perfect outing for clients, employees or business associates.”

The farm offers guided game bird hunts and continental style shoots, as well as overnight accommodations with additional services like UTV tours, target shooting, in-house spa services and helicopter tours. 

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