Putman Farm

Lisbon, NY
Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves, are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm. - See more at: http://virtualfarmtour.cabotcheese.coop/cabot/farm/putman-farm/#sthash.K7OVUoNg.dpuf
Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves, are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm. - See more at: http://virtualfarmtour.cabotcheese.coop/cabot/farm/putman-farm/#sthash.K7OVUoNg.dpuf
Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves, are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm. - See more at: http://virtualfarmtour.cabotcheese.coop/cabot/farm/putman-farm/#sthash.K7OVUoNg.dpuf
Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves, are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm. - See more at: http://virtualfarmtour.cabotcheese.coop/cabot/farm/putman-farm/#sthash.K7OVUoNg.dpuf
Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves, are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm. - See more at: http://virtualfarmtour.cabotcheese.coop/cabot/farm/putman-farm/#sthash.K7OVUoNg.dpuf
Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves, are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm. - See more at: http://virtualfarmtour.cabotcheese.coop/cabot/farm/putman-farm/#sthash.K7OVUoNg.dpuf

Clark and Nancy Putman run The Putman Farm in Lisbon, NY where they have 47 milkers and 46 head of young stock. Clark grew up on a dairy farm and Nancy on a beef farm, so each brings a slightly different perspective to the task. Their two young children, Aaron and Kaitlyn, who help feed the calves are constantly in the barn with their parents. For Aaron, there is no greater joy than riding with his Dad on the tractor. And for Clark and Nancy, there is no greater joy than having their children by their sides and raising them on the farm.

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