SANDPOINT, Idaho — One milking cow was all it took for Paul and Debra Herndon to start selling milk to friends.
BOW, Wash. — Norma Ruiz first fell in love with cattle at her grandfather’s dairy in Mexico, where they milked 20-25 cows.
A cow hoof trimmer, Drew Peterson’s job is vital yet unfamiliar to most people outside dairies. Viewers of the television show “Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe” know about it.
Being next to the busiest interstate highway in Oregon provides van Loon Dairy with a unique farming experience.
In 1952, their grandfather, Hans Nederend Sr., arrived in Chino, Calif., from the Netherlands. His passion was to be a dairy farmer.
HELVETIA, Ore. — Five years ago, Dave and Casey Schoch made a decision that changed the trajectory of their dairy forever.
Jennifer Heguy says working with dairies while still doing research is the best of both worlds.
The Rollinger family has been farming in Sunnyside, Wash., for more than a century, so they don’t run into many surprises anymore.