For the past 25 years, Beth and Bob Kennett have offered a farm vacation experience to guests from around the world on their beautiful valley farm in Rochester, Vermont.
Being on the border of busy Essex Jct., North Williston Cattle Company is often faced with challenges of road safety. We recently talked with them about precautions motorists can take when they see farm equipment on Vermont roads.
This 600-acre farm carries on a family tradition of managing the land organically, with no herbicides, pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
Foster Brothers Dairy Farm in Middlebury, Vermont is milk and a whole lot more. Here’s the story behind MooDoo…
Boissoneault Farm in St. Albans, VT is committed to keeping our waters way clean. Learn more about some of their on farm practices.
Tyler Webb tells us about his renewable energy innovations on his organic dairy farm, Stony Pond Farm, in Fairfield Vermont.
Monument produces some of the finest dairy products in the state in a sustainable manner, ensuring that Vermonters have a long-term supply of fresh local milk.
Dairy farming affects the lives of every Vermonter and has for generations. Hear the story behind the industry, how our farmers ensure high-quality products, generate jobs, protect our environment and the history of our dairy state.
You can’t drive far in Vermont without being treated to a vista of grazing cows and beautiful barns. Along with these sites come hardworking people who raise the herds and create the delicious and nutritious products we enjoy. Meet them for yourself.
Vermont is proud to be a dairy state. Our farmers produce top quality milk that reaches your table as cheese, yogurt, ice cream, and butter. Discover what dairy means to your health and explore listings of our producers.