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Fresh, clean water is one of the most important resources on a dairy farm. Cows drink a bathtub full a day!
The 2014 Butter Sculpture honors the famous Pa. Farm Show milkshakes!
Our dairy farm families wish you a Happy Thanksgiving weekend!
Kick-up your heels – it’s Friday! Celebrate the holiday season with a yummy latte.
Many dairy farmers open their farms to students to give them a first-hand view of life on the farm!
A wheelbarrow is a useful tool on a dairy farm. From transporting feed, to cleaning stalls, to giving a calf a ride, the wheelbarrow is multi-purpose!
Milk is stored in a bulk tank on the farm until the milk truck arrives to transport it to the milk plant. At each stage, the milk is tested, and kept cold!
Dairy farmers are proud to produce delicious-tasting milk and dairy foods. Cheers!
Here’s to putting this week ‘behind’ you and enjoying the weekend!
A new calf makes her first attempts to stand. DYK-calves stand within minutes of being born?
This dairy farm family is ready for winter with a stack of logs. How is your home heated?
Bringing the cows in is a job some dairy farmers still do. Remember to close the gate!
Cousins enjoy the freedom of growing up on a farm – large open spaces to play and run!
Dairy farmers love to see their cows resting comfortably in stalls, chewing their cuds.
A cute kitten to get your weekend started!
A farm girl knows there is no better hug than a “cow hug!” Hug someone this weekend!
This dairy farmer grandpa is teaching his grandsons all about caring for the farm’s calves
Farmers chop the the entire corn plant – ear, leaves and stalk to make corn silage.
“What’s for dinner?” Farmers know cows love to eat silage, hay and grain – every night!
Corn rows are a great place for farm kids to play hide-and-seek.
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