mack brook farm joins the feast
Mack Brook Farm is a beautiful 300-acre farm, nestled in the town of Argyle, New York. The property was purchased in 1928 and has since become the family home to four generations. Initially, Mack Brook was primarily a dairy farm. However in 2003, the family decided to begin raising Angus cattle, as Argyle has an environment naturally suited to that breed. A sophisticated understanding of genetics has allowed Mack Brook Farm to breed the very best cattle, producing extremely fine meat with superior flavor.
The cattle herds at Mack Brook Farm are raised humanely and are fed grass and hay from Mack Brook’s pastures and fields. No antibiotics, hormones or GMO feed are used. This pasture-based farming is environmentally sustainable, reducing fossil fuel and chemical use, soil erosion and enhancing soil composition. The meat produced also has added health benefits including lower fat and calorie count, reduced risk of E. coli contamination, more omega 3’s and more Vitamin E. Since the animals are born and raised on the farm, they have 100% traceability. Mack Brook Farm is also Animal Welfare Approved and American Grassfed Certified. We are delighted they will be supplying this year’s Feast of the Fields with their quality products.