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#FarmLove – Top Quality Milk and Cheese Awards
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Award-winning cheese (and more delicious dairy), please! At the recent Olympics of the dairy world, the biennial World Championship Cheese Contest held in Wisconsin, Cabot Creamery Co-operative had one of its best showings ever, bringing home eight ribbons. Leading the… Read More

Dispatch from the Northeast: Four Nor’easters
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The sap was running, birds were chirping in the early morning light, and winter coats were headed for hibernation.  All signs pointed to spring. Even folks who thrive on snow sports were starting to accept that perhaps winter was coming to an early close. Then…… Read More

#FarmLove – The Sweetness of Family at Chambers Valley Farms
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Lissa Chambers feels lucky to work closely with her dad, Bob, on the family’s fourth-generation Chambers Valley Farms in Salem, New York. “Since I was little,” says Lissa, who turns 30 this year, “I was always in the barn with… Read More

#Farmlove – A New Kind of Shred with Cabot Farmer Marlow Duffy
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Marlow Duffy is basically the same age as her family’s dairy farm. The 31-year-old was an infant when her parents, Mark and Tamma, answered an ad in Country Folks magazine looking for someone to revitalize an old farm in the… Read More

#Farmlove – Moving Forward (and backwards) at Clessons River Farm
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Things didn’t start off too well when Melissa Willis and Adam Griffin first met back in 2011 at the county fair. Adam was working for the National Holstein Association and he told Melissa that Clessons River had been eartagging their… Read More

#Farmlove – How Sweet it is at Sweet Rowen Farmstead
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Back before Paul Lisai established his own milking herd and creamery, he worked for several farms in Vermont—and even New Zealand—learning the ropes of the dairy business. Along with all the practical knowledge he gleaned, Paul also landed on a… Read More