Preston Point Farm and Ranch is owned by Marin and Sally Pozzi. They operate the Ranch with their college age children, Steven and Regina. Ranching is truly a family business; the Pozzi’s enjoy “family time” when carrying out typical ranch and livestock management events together as well as livestock exhibition and agricultural meetings attended as a family. Both Martin and Sally grew up in families who have been farming for multiple generations prior and they are glad that they have been able to remain involved in agriculture. Martin and Sally have been raising sheep and cattle since before they were married, however they only started direct marketing lamb and beef to the consumer in 2015 when their daughter Regina started selling her lamb at farmers markets. Children Regina and Steven enjoy and appreciate the family ranch and are both studying in agriculture related fields at school. The Pozzi family enjoys raising sheep and cattle and hopes that you enjoy our product.
About the flock and operation Regina began raising sheep in 2005 with my first market lamb through the 4-H program. Since then, the herd has grown ewes that graze on pasture in Marin County. Ewes lamb from November to January and lamb is available year round. Lamb is an especially popular dish for easter, other holidays, special occasions. The flock ration consists of forages found in pasture (clover, rye grass) and hay fed to supplement low field forage levels.