Penna. family dairy farm fights food-chain breakdown by bottling own milk. Public laps it up

Penna. family dairy farm fights food-chain breakdown by bottling own milk. Public laps it up

[Ed. – If you could use a feel-good story right about now …  Americans always find a way.  It’s because Freedom.]

When Ben Brown’s dairy processor told him they could no longer buy his milk, he got to work bottling it himself.

Brown’s Whoa Nellie Dairy farm has been providing high-quality, cream-line milk since the 1700s. …

When he realized he would have to dump hundreds of gallons of milk each week until his 70 milking cows dried up, he couldn’t bear it. …

So he got to work, literally around the clock, pasteurizing it in small batches in his 30-gallon vat and bottling it up. …

[T]he response was overwhelming …

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