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Introducing the team- Hector

Introducing the team- Hector

My name is Hector and I am a Herd Manager here at Majestic Crossing Dairy.  I grew up in Veracruz, Mexico. I ...
Introducing the Team-Rick

Introducing the Team-Rick

I started life in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, on a 40-cow dairy. In 1989, my parents decided the farm wasn't big ...
A Year Without Dean.

A Year Without Dean.

Today marks one year since our family lost my brother Dean Strauss. While our farm’s ownership and the labor force ...
Introducing the team- Francisco

Introducing the team- Francisco

There is no I in team may be a cliche but it’s true. I am going to introduce you to some of the people here at ...
I am an Outdoorsman and a Farmer

I am an Outdoorsman and a Farmer

After my brother Dean passed away and I took over writing this blog I never really introduced myself. I thought I ...
Our world still spins, because it has to.

Our world still spins, because it has to.

Obviously COVID-19 is on everyone's minds right now. Our farm has not been called on to dump milk but seeing others
Animals are our first priority

Animals are our first priority

Keeping our cows cozy. Winter goes pretty quickly even though Mother Nature challenges us with extreme cold
Farming replenishes the earth

Farming replenishes the earth

Harvesting silage at Majestic Crossing Dairy Harvest was a struggle. The rainy weather started in ...
Work on the farm continues

Work on the farm continues

Darin Strauss and the families and employees of Majestic Crossing Dairy are committed to sharing the story of life ...
Our hearts are fragile

Our hearts are fragile

Photo by Len Villano It is with heavy hearts that we update you on Dean. Our son, brother, husband and ...
The value of farm tours

The value of farm tours

Our visitors call our robotic feed pusher a Roomba! By Darin Strauss We continue to host farm tours ...
What do cows eat?

What do cows eat?

By Darin Strauss Our cows’ diet is developed by a nutritionist in order to feed them the best diet ...
Healing and Patience

Healing and Patience

I am Dean’s mother, Sandy Strauss. As his Mother, I wanted to share some news about Dean’s health for everyone who ...
No One Does It Alone

No One Does It Alone

This photo was taken at sunrise after the crew planted all night.The planter and crew are folding the equipment to ...
Planting later than usual

Planting later than usual

Photo by Len Villano We finished planting on June 22nd. We are usually finished 10 days to two weeks prior ...

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