Randall Lineback Cattle

Vermont's first official State Heritage Breed

Porch Boxes

When milk was delivered to homes, it was common for customers to have a “porch box” for the fresh milk to be left in. Porch boxes were used to keep milk cool in the summer and above freezing in the winter; in summer they would usually contain ice for refrigeration. Around 1947, the first of [...]

Randall Farms book

I am working on a book about the farm I was raised on. Randall Farms (formerly Arrowhead Farms) was a dairy farm in Mt. Sinai, Long Island. My family that has been involved in agriculture for over 300 years, including over 200 years on the north shore of Long Island. My family milked Guernseys and [...]


Randall Linebacks are a rare breed of cattle which originated in Vermont and are steadily gaining popularity. Here you will find photos and stories about my own Randall Linebacks, as well as my experiences on New England dairy farms.

My childhood home, Randall Farms of Mt. Sinai, NY is also a subject near and dear to me. I have been collecting photos and memories and will share some of them here.

(The name is a coincidence; historic Randall Farms and the Randall Lineback breed bear no known connection.)