TOWN OF WRIGHT (NEWS10) – In honor of Mother’s Day, we’re hearing from daughters in the Capital Region about the special mothers in their life.
In this story we meet the women of Hessian Hill Farm: Lois Goblet, Jess Goblet-Beretz and Liz Goblet-Schubert.
The farm, located in the Town of Wright in Schoharie County, is a woman-owned business on 350 acres. The farm itself goes back to 1809 and has been owned by the Goblet family for the last 56 years.
Once a dairy farm is now a diversified agricultural operation. Jess Goblet-Beretz, owner of Farmhouse Floral Design in Middleburgh, expanded the farm 10 years ago with a small greenhouse operation and an increase in offering cut flowers for local florists.
Liz Goblet-Schubert oversees livestock production and marketing at farm, in addition to owning Hessian Hill Canine Country and Care located right on the property. She boards a limited number of dogs for a single day as well as long-term lodging.
In addition to her farm responsibilities, Lois Goblet breeds red and white Border Collies. What started as a retirement goal, quickly took off! Now, Hessian Hill has Border Collies all over the US.
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