By: Ashley Messing-Kennedy
February 2, 2015

When talking to Brett Feldpausch, manager and partner of his family’s dairy farms, Rich-Ro Dairy Farms in central Michigan, you can tell he takes his job seriously. “We have good employees, but we want to make sure they have the tools to do their jobs well,” Feldpausch says. That is why he installed his version of a parlor timer.

Future Cow TeatScrubber - Rich-Ro Dairy Farms

November 18, 2014

Like a breath of fresh air, the Feldpausch family has brought new life to a two-decade-old Colorado dairy, transforming a dated site into a technologically advanced facility poised for the future.

Chuck and Nora Feldpausch, dairy producers originally from Michigan, sought to create a sustainable business model and lifestyle for their young family. After evaluating both green field sites and existing operations, they came across a location near Greeley that met their needs.

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Lamb Farms Speaks to NYC Schools

Lamb Farms is working with the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council to explain where the milk in yogurt cups in some New York City schools comes from. The Lambs have 4,200 cows at their Oakfield operation.
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Clean Udders, Quality Milk

By: Mike Opperman and Jim Dickrell

November 2017 – Dairy Herd Management

“Consistency is important, and with the brushes we get the same thing every time.” Kinnard Farms.

Whether you’re milking 50 cows in a stall barn or 5,000 cows in a rotary, its important the same steps are followed for the first cow, the last and every cow in between. Click here for the full article.

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