Sir Mac Farm is located on 80 acres in the Mount Norway area of Washougal, Washington. Originally, the property was farmed by owner, Bryan MacDonald's grandfather, but when his herd was moved to Eastern Washington the farm was leased out to local farmers. His grandfather and business partner owned 4,000 head of Black Angus on their 8,000 acre ranch. Their farm name originated by "Sir Mac" the name of one of their first bulls. In Bryan's youth, visits to his grandfather's ranch is what peaked his future interest in the industry. In 2011 Bryan and his wife Amanda reclaimed the land in Washougal and bought their first Aberdeen Angus. As the years go by, they continue to add to their herd and love for farming. Now you will find Aberdeen Angus, Standard Angus and Herefords roaming their beautiful pastures.
bryan and amanda Macdonald
Bryan and Amanda met at Oregon State University where they graduated with degrees in Pre Vet. and Forest Engineering. Later Amanda went back to school for her Masters in Agricultural Education and started her teaching career in Arcata Ca as an Agricultural teacher and FFA advisor. Since moving to Washington both have been active in FFA and 4H. Today their two sons Thad and Owen are active members of the Backwoods 4H group and show chickens, rabbits, swine and cattle at the Skamania County fair.