Brady Swan

Growing up outside Houston, I had almost no exposure to farm life. My love for it began during my trip abroad to England and Wales. It was there that I discovered my passion for rotational grazing and animal husbandry while volunteering on different farms. Once I returned home I had decided that after years of being a musician and a chimney sweep I would leave it all to pursue a future in sustainable agriculture. Once I did some research I found Wolfe’s Neck Farm through the DGA and I knew this was the right place for me. I’m thrilled to be here learning how to be a dairy farmer on Maine’s beautifully rugged coast.

When I’m not on the farm I enjoy reading, countryside drives, visiting historical sights and lighthouses, being in nature and spending time with my dog, Edith.

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