Dutch Hollow Farm

Schodack Landing, NY

Paul Chittenden and his three adult sons, Brian, Alan, and Nathan own Dutch Hollow Farm in Schodack Landing, New York, and it's a big spread. They milk 550 Jersey cows, have 450 replacement stock, and manage 2,000 acres of land. In addition to harvesting their own crops, the family harvests another 1,200 acres for 11 other farms in the area as well. Paul is a third generation dairy farmer, and his grandfather and father had their farm in Hancock, Massachusetts. They later moved to New Lebanon, New York where they set up the Fair Weather farm, which Paul's younger brother ultimately took over. Paul moved to Schodack Landing in 1976 and has been running Dutch Hollow Farm ever since.

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