© Hawk Hill Farm 2003

About us

What happens when two scientists decide

to run a farm?

Like so many Baby Boomers we have focused the last 40 years + of our life on our education and our careers. However, we decided that there has to be something more.  That something has been Hawk Hill. At this time in our life we have had the opportunity to dedicate 100% of our time to the farm, our horses, our sheep and our poultry. That may change in the future but for now we will enjoy every minute I (Laurie Maus) have a Master’s degree in Biology and Bob (Garner) has a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. We approach farming from a scientist’s perspective including testing ideas, collecting and analysing data. It has allowed us to improve both the health and quality of our animals. Raising livestock did not start with Hawk Hill Farm. Laurie has been breeding pedigreed livestock on and off since 1970. It is not only important for us to make improvements on our own farm but also to share what we have learned with other producers. We also mentor those that are new to farming.
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© Hawk Hill Farm 2003

About us

What happens when two scientists

decide to run a farm?

Like so many Baby Boomers we have focused the last 40 years + of our life on our education and our careers. However, we decided that there has to be something more.  That something has been Hawk Hill. At this time in our life we have had the opportunity to dedicate 100% of our time to the farm, our horses, our sheep and our poultry. That may change in the future but for now we will enjoy every minute I (Laurie Maus) have a Master’s degree in Biology and Bob (Garner) has a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. We approach farming from a scientist’s perspective including testing ideas, collecting and analysing data. It has allowed us to improve both the health and quality of our animals. Raising livestock did not start with Hawk Hill Farm. Laurie has been breeding pedigreed livestock on and off since 1970. It is not only important for us to make improvements on our own farm but also to share what we have learned with other producers. We also mentor those that are new to farming.