Dairyman Jason Martin walks past cows on his Waynesboro area farm on Monday, March 12, 2018. Dairy farmers are dealing with low prices and processors are taking action to deal with low demand nationwide.(Photo: Markell DeLoatch, Public Opinion)
One dairy farm in Vermont will receive top honors based on factors like conservation practices and milk quality.
The University of Vermont Extension and the Vermont Dairy Industry Association are looking for nominations for this year’s Vermont Dairy Farm of the Year. Each year since 1961 the award honors one outstanding dairy farm for overall excellence.
The deadline for nominations from the public is April 27.
A judging committee made up of past winners reviews the nominees based on their farm management, innovative practices, crops, pasture quality and promotion of the dairy industry.
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