This award-winning operation gives dairy a distinctive appeal.
Selecting animals for breeding, no matter how it’s done, has lasting impacts on herd performance.
For breeding, finishing, feeding or combined operations, managing the herd means juggling responsibilities.
Today’s Holstein dairy cow won’t fit into yesterday’s stall.
Here we talk about the quest for sustainability — without confinement.
The Goodrich land has remained in the same family for more than 200 years, and eight generations of accumulated sugaring knowledge has played a role in shaping today’s operation.
It’s all about the beef. More specifically, it’s about grass-fed beef. The demand for grass-fed beef has been increasing in recent years, even as that of beef raised in feedlots, with grain-based diets, has been decreasing.
Beef and dairy farmers alike attended Penn State Extension’s recent workshop on best practices for raising Holstein bull calves for the beef market.
Presented by Cornell Cooperative Extension’s North Country Regional Ag Team, the inaugural two-day event focused on enhancing the dairy cow environment.
From a modest dairy, Pennsylvania’s Juniperdale Farms has grown into an expanded operation.