3,000-cow farm selling its herd

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One of the largest and most progressive dairy farms in Ohio is selling its herd through the Cooperatives Working Together program.

Stoll Farms will be sending more than 3,000 cows to slaughter in the next few days, according to The Daily Record in Wooster, Ohio.

Last week, we reported that Johnson Dairy, one of the largest dairies in Colorado with 9,000 cows, would be culling most of its cows under the CWT program.

Click here to read the story about the Stolls. It provides interesting insight into why they got out and what is in store for them now that they are through with dairying.

Source: The Daily Record

 

 



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