Milk House Farm is part of the 80 acre Slack family farm. From 1850-1988 the farm was a dairy. Since then, the land was used to produce hay, corn, and straw. Starting in 2007, the farm began to take on a new direction — poultry and vegetable production. The farm has been successfully transitioning from conventional to organic production. In addition to selling at The Wrightstown Farmers Market, they are increasingly selling more of their production directly to the public on the farm.