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TICONDEROGA | Essex County Industrial Development Agency is seeking judgment against the owners of the former Adirondack Meat Company. more

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MIDDLEBURY - Vermont sent two four-member teams to Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Mass., to participate in the 4-H dairy judging competition on Sept. 15. more

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SALISBURY | Yes, in ratio of cows to people, Vermont has the greatest number of dairy cows in the country, according to Vermont State Facts online. more

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RUTLAND |  The State 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl, March 17 provided a fun, and challenging, opportunity for 4-Hers, ages 8 to 18, to test their dairy knowledge. more

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PLATTSBURGH | With the price of milk declining across the country, it’s getting difficult to make a living. more

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Four Vermont 4-H Club teens had an opportunity to compete at the National Youth Dairy Judging Contest, Nov. 5, in Kentucky. more

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ADDISON | The sporadic nature of cows going out or staying in presented some challenges with keeping the feed ration consistent and was a bit confusing for the cows trying to get used to a new routine. more

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ADDISON | Part 1: Successful grazing systems develop when there is farmer involvement in the planning process. Having a plan is important and needs to be built around the goals of the farmer. more

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Highland cows aren’t too common in Vermont. more

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BRIDPORT — For more than 40 years Maplefields’ Middlebury Beef convenience store on U.S. Route 7 in East Middlebury has been selling the complete line of Monument Farms Dairy products. more

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CHAZY — Water quality is critical to maintain healthy, productive dairy cows. more

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NEW HAVEN — Addison County, Vt., has a storied history of cattle rustling, at least when compared to neighboring counties. more

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Rep. Elise Stefanik, Assemblyman Dan Stec among participating dignitaries more

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BURLINGTON — When it comes to dairy cows, in vino—and coffee—there’s certainly veritas. more

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PLATTSBURGH/CHAZY — The first evidence of milking cows and consuming dairy products was drawn in ancient Egyptian caves around 230 B.C. more

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