Monthly Archives: February 2014

  • As part of our quest to solicit 20 questions from 14 dairy farmers this year, we’d like to introduce our next dairy farmer extraordinaire… Brad Almeter! Brad went to school with my husband and is always a source of good information and advice for him. Farmers work independently – no two farms are operated exactly […]




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  • The New York Animal Agriculture Coalition (NYAAC) today announced the Dairy Cow Birthing Center exhibit that debuted at the 2013 New York State Fair will return in the same location, only bigger and better. The exhibit, which showcased 30 dairy cows giving birth to baby calves, was one of the most popular exhibits at the […]




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  • Warning: I’m on my soapbox today. Here’s an interesting read from the New York Times, titled “For Cows, Daughters Mean More Milk”. The article shares the results of a new study that finds “the amount of milk a cow produces is affected by the sex of her fetus.” Interesting, indeed – and I thank the […]




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  • I love the farm.   I love what it stands for – fresh food, open space, healthy animals, family heritage, hard-work and more.   I love the people that are involved in it.  Blood or no blood – those that farm are like family. I love the high quality, nutritious and delicious product we produce […]




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