Sno-Krest Jersey Farm

Brookfield, VT

From her barnyard at the end of a gravel road in Brookfield, Vermont, surrounded by the 150-acres she farms with her husband Wes and nine year-old son, Jarrett, Brenda Snow surveys the mountains of Killington and Camel’s Hump. As much as she appreciates the scenery and the quiet of the farm, she knows that her livelihood rides on the broad, tawny-backed Jerseys lolling in the barn. I always say that Jerseys are more than cows, they’re quality of life,” says Brenda, whose fondness for the breed is obvious.  She also works as a field rep for the US Jersey Association. “They’re easy to work with, efficient with feed, and they don’t have many foot problems." These are the sort of things that make a big difference in a farmer’s life.

 

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