Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin: One Foot After Another – eDairyNews
United States |2 julio, 2020

Dairy | Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin: One Foot After Another

Renee’s mornings start before 3 AM, with five hours spent in “her office,” a 12-ton front end loader used to mix feed for her family’s dairy herd.

As a mother of three young daughters she already has her hands full, but that hasn’t stopped her from training for and running marathons.

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