LizDick Farm

Newbury, VT
117 acres
40 milking cows and 30 young stock

Lucas and Kristina Vaughan operate LizDick Farm in Newbury, Vermont. The farm is named after Lucas’s grandparents, Elizabeth and Richard, who purchased the operation in 1955. The Vaughans have 117 acres where they grow hay, corn silage and haylage and tend 40 milking cows and 30 young stock. The herd is primarily made up of Holsteins and they also have a dozen Ayrshire cows, which are distinctive for their red and white markings. When Lucas first proposed to Kristina, he offered her an Ayrshire calf as a gift. Since then, the Ayrshires have become a prominent part of their herd.

 

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