The Future of dairy Farming
You learn a lot leading a dairy farm that your family has owned for 50 years.
Looking at everything from energy efficiency to water conservation to what we feed our cows, our farm continuously evolves as we find new ways to take better care of our cows and the land.
Our own experiences certainly have informed our approach over the years, but it’s also a result of what we’ve learned from other farmers – both those down the road from us and those around the world.
This isn’t unique to just our farm either, it’s been happening in the United States and globally for decades. Knowledge sharing is an integral part of farming culture. It’s important to our collective success, and how we meet environmental constraints while also improving our practices along the way.