Molly Brook Farm

West Danville, VT
565+ acres
100 Jerseys

The name Goodrich is synonymous with dairy farming in Vermont. In fact, the Goodrich family was one of the founding families of the Cabot Creamery Cooperative in 1919. Their farm, named after the Molly Brook, which winds its way through Cabot, Vermont's scenic hayland, pasture, woodland and sugarbush. They are known for Jersey Cattle, family, and the farm with the strip fields of corn and alfalfa visible from Route 2. The family has 100 Jersey cows in the tall hoop barn, where they are free to move around as they please.  The farm has been in the family since 1835 and Jerseys have always grazed the pastures.  


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