Five generations of Richardsons have lived and worked on this family farm. “We depend on the cows for our livelihood,” explains Scott Richardson. They have 65 mature cows, and over 60 young animals. “We are like a team,” says Amy Richardson. “The cows depend on us to be good managers, and we depend on them to make high volume of a high quality product.” They also make split rail fencing and produce top quality, delicious maple syrup. With 8,000 tree taps, they produce over 4,500 gallons of syrup per year.