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Meet the Farmers

A Day in the Life

Life on our dairy farm starts around 3AM.

The cows get milked, barns get cleaned, and calves get fed. Morning chores wrap up around 8AM and the farmers head home for breakfast before most people have even left the house.

Depending on the season, daily chores range from: spreading manure on our fields, making repairs, cutting or baling hay, planting or harvesting corn, and most importantly herd health.

Afternoon chores start at 3PM with the second milking of the day. Barns are cleaned and cows are fed.

The day wraps up around 6PM and the farmers head home to eat and rest before starting the cycle all over again. Not everyone is cut out to be a dairy farmer, but we're lucky to have the best around!

Year started from left to right:
Clayton Wright 2000, Jared Brong 2008, Steven Puccetti 1982

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