Owens Farm is owned and operated by David and Caroline Owens with their three children Kyle, Kevin, and Melissa. The farm boasts 112 acres of rolling pasture, with lovely views in all directions. A traditional red Pennsylvania Bank barn, pond, and classic white farmhouse complete the picture.
Owens Farm started on 13 acres in New Hampshire. The family raised livestock for their own needs, tending their animals in a natural setting and avoiding chemicals and growth stimulants. It was only a matter of time before neighbors approached them, asking if they could raise and sell some extra animals. People were learning about the pitfalls of industrial agriculture, and seeking pasture-raised meat for their families. A business was born. By 2007, the Owens family was ready for a larger farm. A two-year search led to the state of Pennsylvania and the town of Sunbury.
Caroline is a former Vocational Agriculture teacher who worked in marketing communications and the equestrian travel business before starting her family. She holds a B.S. in Animal Science/Agricultural Education from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from Boston University.
David is an engineer now running his own database and software consulting business. He earned his B.S. in Engineering from the University of Lowell and a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University.