By Helen Brody (January 25, 2009)
Mack Hill Farm, located in southwest New Hampshire, is a small diversified farm specializing in pastured heritage breeds with registered Tamworth pigs, Icelandic sheep, chickens, Toulouse geese, Percheron horses, Midget White turkeys, and Pekin ducks.
One mile from the village of Marlow, the farm is made up of 343 acres of mostly woods and swamps. The horses are used to log, the pigs and sheep forage in the woods, and all poultry free-range over the farm.
Mack Hill Farm Frank and Lisa Richards
mailing address: PO Box 71 Marlow, NH 03456 603-446-6261
Points of Sale:
Farmstand: summer and fall only Eggs, chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, duck, honey, and maple syrup during the season. Yarn also available.
Call in advance to check availability
Retail and Wholesale