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These are the farmers

who tend TO the farms and raise the cows that make the milk that's in the food that nourishes your family.

The Dairy State of mind

Rain means green and green means pastures. The climate in this area allows for a lot of pasture-based grazing that mimics the way big herds of migratory animals live in the wild. Every time a cow leaves the milk barn they have a new, fresh area of grass to graze.
Tulare County is the largest dairy-producing county in the nation. It also has the most milk cows with 450,000.
Farms in this region can get pretty warm. To help make sure the cows are comfortable, farms here use freestall barns to keep the cows cool throughout the summer. On the plus side, all that sunshine means farms can also grow crops during multiple growing seasons.
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The Dairy State
The many, many reasons California is the perfect place for dairy.
Rain means green and green means pastures. The climate in this area allows for a lot of pasture-based grazing that mimics the way big herds of migratory animals live in the wild. Every time a cow leaves the milk barn they have a new, fresh area of grass to graze.
Tulare County is the largest dairy-producing county in the nation. It also has the most milk cows with 450,000.
Farms in this region can get pretty warm. To help make sure the cows are comfortable, farms here use freestall barns to keep the cows cool throughout the summer. On the plus side, all that sunshine means farms can also grow crops during multiple growing seasons.
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