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Interview With Our Veterinarian

Interview With Our Veterinarian

One of my favorite things about farming is that it really is a team effort. You must have good relationships with not only your employees who are working on the farm on a daily basis, but also with the consultants you work with on a regular basis. We’ve been really...
Calf to Heifer

Calf to Heifer

Within one to two days after they’re born, the calves, both male and female, are moved to another farm that specializes in raising calves. This farm is also a local family farm within 20 miles of Majestic Crossing Dairy. There, the calves get an extraordinary amount...
A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life

I recently shared what my typical day on the farm looks like. But what about a cow’s day? A common misconception about dairy farms that have their milking parlors running for just about 24 hours a day is that the cows spend most of their time being milked. The...
First Days of Life

First Days of Life

On our farm, we have five to seven calves born every day. The calves are born year-round. Sometimes we’ll have spurts when more calves are born at one time than another, but it’s pretty consistent here. When calves are born, we make sure they are clean and dry as...
Winter: Keep on Keeping On

Winter: Keep on Keeping On

This year, winter started early and started cold, but all in all Mother Nature has been pretty reasonable. We haven’t had a lot of ice or bitter cold, which is good for our animals and our employees. No matter what the weather, we closely monitor our animals’ health...