Meet our farmer Dante . He is the 6th great grandson of Isaac and Phebe Manchester, who bought the property, from Captain Samuel Teter in 1797. Dante has now taken on his own business venture of horse boarding, here on the beautiful Manchester-Farms.
Dante has worked on the farm for many years. When he was in high school he used to spend his summers working and milking our Manchester-Farms organic dairy cows. After high school Dante moved to Pittsburgh to attend Le Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts. After completing school, His Dad, asked him if he would like to come back to the farm and help milk for another summer. The dairy part of the farm, has closed its doors. Needless to say Dante loves this place and doesn’t want to leave and has open a horse boarding business.
Our horse boarding facility has ten stables. All stalls include heated water buckets, grain feeders and rubber mats. All horses boarded at Manchester-Farms will be led out to pasture daily, weather permitting and feed high quality grain & hay twice daily. Dante also has built a large, 200×100, outdoor arena and a 10×12 run in shed for pasture board. This is all included in the monthly fee. If you have any questions or would like to come see our facility please contact: