Our Family Farms in Greenfield, MA
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Our Family Farms is a cooperative made up of eight Pioneer Valley dairy farms. We are all family owned and operated, and take great pride in the fresh, wholesome product that we produce each and every day. The cooperative was founded in 1997 as a way for local farmers to earn more for their efforts. Most of our farms have been in our families for many generations. We formed this cooperative to ensure the future of our farms and to keep them viable to continue for countless more generations.
We are committed to:
The Land- We manage our farms using sustainable agricultural practices that help protect our natural resources and preserve open space.
Our Animals- We care for our animals like they are members of our families, milking and feeding 365 days a year. All of our cows spend part of their day grazing on lush, green pastures in the Spring, Summer and Fall.
Our Community- We produce a fresh, wholesome, nutritious product that does not contain rbST (growth hormones) or antibiotics because we care about the health of our families and friends.
We are proud to provide you with a fresh, local product that is made close enough to you that you can come see it being produced and see where your food comes from.
By purchasing Our Family Farms milk, you are supporting local farm families and helping to preserve a New England tradition.
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