It all started when…
According to our records, the Hall Family is currently in it's 9th generation in East Dixfield, Maine. Our 9th generation including a 25-year-old who is now studying in Scotland to earn her PhD after receiving her master's degree in Ireland, and undergraduate degree from Yale University, and a 19-year-old who has returned to the family farm to continue our legacy. Our records date back to 1636 when Edward Hall came to the United States. This translates into twelve (12) generations of Halls in the United States, but nine generations that have made East Dixfield their home.
In addition to our syrup operation, our family is also operating an organic dairy farm now in its eighth generation, milking more than 40 Registered Holstein cows. In 2016 our dairy farm was awarded the Silver Pasture Award. This award recognized our farm as one of the top dairies in New England. As members of New Page's Forest Management Assistance Program, we carefully harvest trees on more than 1,100 acres of land, and also tap our sugar maple trees in order to bring you our award-winning maple syrup. Nowadays we are tapping close to 6,500 sugar maples, with an eventual goal of over 10,000 taps.
Rodney Hall & Family
Owner/Operator of Hall Farms Maple Products