Monthly Archives: August 2013

Pure, Safe, Wholesome Milk

This morning I gave a tour of my dairy farm to some folks from the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. They were grocery store deli managers and retailers who have a passion for dairy foods, but most of them hadn’t been … Continue reading

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Manure: The Ultimate in Recycling

Most people think of farming as planting and harvesting crops. But it’s also important to keep our soil fertile to ensure the best yields. To do this, we plant cover crops that protect the soil and we use our animals’ … Continue reading

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Where Did Summer Go?

It’s the end of August, and everyone is asking the same question: Where did the summer go? It’s been a strange summer here in Wisconsin, with a late spring and lots of cool, overcast days. We had one good, hot … Continue reading

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Comfortable Cows

In the heat of summer, you see a lot of kids running through sprinklers and a lot of people running their fans in their homes.  It’s really no different for cows – they want to stay cool.  Everything we do … Continue reading

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It Takes a Dairy to Raise a Cow

Our dairy is a team, and it takes a lot of people to keep our operation running smoothly. We’re proud that Majestic Crossing employs 24 people in our community, including the four farm families that are part of our business.  … Continue reading

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