As locally sourced food spearheads growing trends in US food systems, Vermont company Bob-White Systems leads the way in providing micro dairy supplies and equipment for farm fresh milk and farmstead cheese. Bob-White Systems has been supplying small scale cow and goat dairy farms with micro dairy processing equipment, cheese making equipment, dairy and milking supplies, livestock and barn supplies, and used dairy equipment since 2006. This month, the New England micro dairy industry leader launches a direct sales e-commerce site at www.bobwhitesystems.com.
A varied selection of micro dairy supplies and equipment are available for direct purchase with more to come throughout the summer months. If certain products are not available for online purchase immediately, customers can order by phone direct from the staff. Micro dairy farming provides sustainable, economies-of-scale, local, environmentally friendly, and humane animal care options for milk and cheese production to match demand. It also requires farmers to have access to very specialized equipment – not sized down commercial dairy equipment. Bob-White Systems staff are available to custom order supplies for farmers based on individualized needs. Micro dairy farm consulting is also a unique service offered by Bob-White Systems – committed to Bringing the Cows Back Home.
In addition to supplying and servicing micro dairy industry equipment and supplies, Bob-White Systems is in the final product development stages of the Bob-White Systems Low Impact Pasteurization (LIP) System which will bring gentle milk pasteurization direct to micro dairy farms enabling farmers to offer customers the choice between raw milk OR on-the-farm pasteurized milk. This revolutionary technology will offer micro dairy farmers the opportunity to increase market share and generate additional income. Approvals are on a state-to-state basis and those interested in learning more about the MOOvement are encouraged to join American Micro Dairies (www.americanmicrodairies.com).
And who IS Bob-White? The North American Bobwhite Quail fled his native hedge and fencerow pastures as large scale agriculture forced him to move to the woods (where he gets eaten by his non-natural predators) or gets sick from the imported non-native grasses. The micro dairy farming movement will not only bring the cows back home, but will bring the Bobwhite Quail back home as well.
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