An annual dairy tradition rolls on in northern Vermont

The festival highlights everything to do with the dairy industry.

Crowds lined the streets for the parade, which is often the highlight of the four-day event.

There is also food and live music

“It is about a $2 billion industry across the state of Vermont, that’s why it is important. For 61 years, people have celebrated in Enosburg Falls. It’s a wonderful parade and it brings direction to what the industry means to Vermont,” said Anson Tebbetts, the secretary of agriculture for Vermont.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Enosburg Falls Lions Club.

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Source: WCAX News


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