Alumna introduces New Zealand farming practices into family business

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After graduating from Alfred State College in 2012, Diana Burley found herself on an airplane bound for New Zealand to work on a 2,000-cow grazing farm in Canterbury. It was here that the agricultural business graduate first encountered the “Kiwi” cows, a particular breed that produces quality milk that is high in butterfat and protein.

These days, inspired by her travels, Diana’s family's farm in Warsaw now has hundreds of Kiwi-crosses, and employs several practices used by New Zealand farmers.

Check out the full story by Country Folks here.