Some horse lovers are kids who enjoy showing, thrive on competition and then other things move in to squeeze the Flicker, Trigger, Thunder, Blaze, Goldie, etc out of their life.
Others enjoy taking care of horses, raising them, all the behind the scenes work involved. The labor of love on a Maine farm.
Never outgrow the love of "horsing around". The new born colts, fillies, the ponies. The horses for pleasure showing, harnessed for the hard work on a Maine farm. To pull carriages, buggies, sulkies. To barrel race and jump for blue, red and other color ribbons, the tall trophies. At the horse circuit shows, Maine state fairs.
Regardless, you have to admit sitting on the farm house open front porch it is a pretty sight.
Looking out over a Maine farm acreage you own, work and are proud of that could use some horses dotted that open ground.
In that barn, the scenery, included in the view from that front porch swing.
In all colors, shades. Paints, Appaloosa, quarter, Morgan, Arabian, dapple gray. Percheron, Clydesdale, Heinz 57 varieties mix, a slew of ponies to round it all out in the pasture view.
And while you are watering, graining, haying, might as well board a few houses. Hire out some standing and box stalls, fenced field space for profit.
Are you thinking you want a ME horse property?
Existing buildings or just the Maine farm land? Have all priced Maine farms for sale. For horses, other critters, for just crops or even ones more wooded, less fields.
So you can be a hobby operator, what some would call a pretend farmer.
Or rent out the open pasture land, the fertile fields of the Maine farm for income.
Manage the woodlot for profit, for heat, for the future generation, for resale.
For the exercise, good honest lifestyle.
Along with the gardening, canning, preserving of Maine farm food.
That you put on your family's table. Know where it came from because your raised, grew it. Peddle the extra produce, veggies, fruits and home made items at the local farmer's market.
So ME horse properties, or farms ideally suited for other agriculture, if that is you only vice, we can help with the addiction.
Nothing wrong with fresh air, blue skies, green grass.
Maybe a trout fish pond, running stream or brook.
Adding to the experience, bordering your Maine farm.
Gives you a whole new backdrop a lot more fun than the corner office, wearing the tie choking off your breathing.
Pinned to the wall by a desk and racing through life.
Ready to get a Maine farmer's tan and be proud of those lines, stripes?
Reach out, connect, let make contact. We can make it happen. Grew up on, own a Maine farm. And see no reason whatsoever that you should be denied your dream of a spread, a Maine farm for horses, other agriculture either.