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Former Cappiello farm now home to ethically raised animals

Sunday grazes in a field at the Wm. H. Buckley Farm on Saratoga Road in Burnt Hills on Tuesday.
Sunday grazes in a field at the Wm. H. Buckley Farm on Saratoga Road in Burnt Hills on Tuesday.
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At the new Wm. H. Buckley Farm in Ballston, cows and their calves wander in the woods and chickens roam in a fenced yard with two dogs to chase away nighttime predators. Chickens, turkeys and pigs follow the sound of Mark Sacco’s voice as he visits them in their respective areas of the 289-acre farm at 946 Route 50, the former Cappiello farm that Sacco and his family bought in January for $1.05 million. He ...

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