Category Archives: Dairy News

Our hearts are fragile

It is with heavy hearts that we update you on Dean. Our son, brother, husband and uncle is in his final days. Dean has been moved to Sharon Richardson Community Hospice in Sheboygan Falls. If you would like to visit … Continue reading

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The value of farm tours

By Darin Strauss We continue to host farm tours regularly. We receive requests from Sartori Cheese, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin and school groups — sometimes on one day’s notice! But, we always try to make time to accommodate the request … Continue reading

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What do cows eat?

By Darin Strauss Our cows’ diet is developed by a nutritionist in order to feed them the best diet possible. It’s a better diet than I eat, actually. We feed our cows like elite athletes. That way, they produce fresh, … Continue reading

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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 cares about him. In July, Dean experienced sudden cardiac arrest while driving home from a dairy meeting in St. … Continue reading

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No One Does It Alone

Farming takes a team. There are no true solo acts. My guys who work here are dedicated, and I can’t say enough about them. When we were planting, it would rain for four days and then stop. We would have … Continue reading

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Planting later than usual

We finished planting on June 22nd. We are usually finished 10 days to two weeks prior to that date. This spring, most farmers — like us — were three weeks behind schedule.  You may have noticed how plants in your … Continue reading

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