Farm diversifies with the skills of its family members.
Today, the Cow Palace is one of the largest open-lot dairies in the state, milking 7,200 cows and pr
Fourth-generation dairy farmer Jon Bansen produces organic milk.
Dairies offer milk that some customers say they can drink without side effects.
Devin Boehme and his father, Garth, operate the dairy, which has been in the family since the mid-1880s.
“There is no better place for kids to grow up than on a farm,” farmer Tyler Reynolds says.
Amy Turnbull and Stephen Hueffed found property and purchased it with a plan to make cheese and build a tasting room.
Pete and Kelly Mahaffy say they have found a great spot for their organic operation.
The amount of pasture an organic dairy provides dictates the number of cows.
The Sheehans and Veigas manage about 1,000 acres near Sunnyside, Wash., milking 3,000 cows.
This is the first organic dairy for the partnership in southeastern Idaho.
Kim and Richard Korn have 100 cows — registered Holstein and registered Brown Swiss.
Pioneer family started area’s first dairy in 1857.
Threemile Canyon Farms’ innovations include a “closed loop.”