Our Farms
Green Farming Practices by Cabot Farmers

Cow Power ›

Working with Green Mountain Power (GMP), Blue Spruce Farm, now in operation for more than a half a century, served as the pilot dairy farm for GMP's "Cow Power" program.

By way of bio-digester, this process turns cow waste into energy, allowing the farm to provide about 300+ local Vermont families with electricity.

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MooDoo, On Farm Energy ›

The fifth-generation Foster Brothers Farm has a legacy of operating at the forefront of sustainability in dairy agriculture.

They are pioneers in on-farm energy and installed their anaerobic digester, which generates electricity from cow manure.

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Real Farm Power ›

Cows in our Cooperative provide cream and electricity for the Cabot butter we churn. 

Manure and feedstock is mixed and digested to produce annually:

  • Over 21,000 MWh of Electrical Energy
  • 7,040 MMBTUs of Thermal Energy
  • 30,000 Tons of Liquid Fertilizer

Now the equivalent electricity needed to churn Cabot's butter at our West Springfield facility comes from the Barstow Longview Farm.

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Green Agritourism ›

For a quarter of a century, the Kennett family has been the proud owner of Liberty Hill Farm, a dairy farm and bed & breakfast in central Vermont hosting guests from all over the world. 

Meet Beth and her family and learn more about this wonderful Agritourism Bed & Breakfast.

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Stewards of the Land ›

As stewards of the land, the Erbs believe in supporting local farmers and maintaining the open landscape that makes New England so beautiful.

Springvale Farms sits on 300 acres in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with just a small herd of 100 cows.

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