Mack’s Apples Undergoes Ownership Change

Aug 07, 2015 No Comments by

The Mack Family Farm, Moose Hill Orchards, better known as Mack’s Apples is undergoing an ownership change: one that continues the family legacy of farming in Londonderry. Andrew C. Mack (Sr.) announced today that ownership of the farm is being passed to his son, Andrew Mack Jr and daughter-in-law, Carol Mack. Mack Jr represents the 8th generation of the Mack Family to farm land that has been in the family since 1732, making the farm the oldest family run farm in New Hampshire. Carol Mack retired in 2013 as principal of Matthew Thornton School in Londonderry.

Mack Jr said, “We are thrilled and honored to take over ownership of the farm and hope to continue the reputation that my father, Grandpa Mack (the late WP Mack Jr), and all the others before them have earned. They have left big shoes to fill. My father is one of the best orchardists in the Northeast – a very influential and innovative grower. Carol and I are excited to play a part in this legacy and will do our level best to keep the farm a vital part of the community and a growing, viable business for the next generation.

Mack’s Farm Market will be opening for the season on Wednesday, August 12 from 9-6 daily. The store will offer apples, peaches, vegetables and NH made goods. Mack’s U-Pick will open early September from 10-5 daily. More information on their website, Facebook, and Twitter @macksapples.


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