Nestled in the unspoiled countryside of the Catskill Mountains, Mac Bradaigh Farms looks like it has been plucked from the Irish countryside. While it is just two hours from the bright lights of New York City, Greene County's rolling hills, pristine lakes, and grassy fields are better suited to the leisurely pace of a by-gone era.
In Green County, going "green" is more than an eco- friendly slogan. For decades, it has welcomed Irish settlers and embraced Gaelic culture. Today, many of the family farms peppering the landscape are Irish- American owned. In fact, the Catskill Mountains are often referred to as "Ireland's 33rd County".
It is also the perfect place for Mac Bradaigh's owners, Gerard and Margaret Brady, to breed the finest Irish Draught and Irish Draught Sport Horses in the Northeast.