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Alumna introduces New Zealand farming practices into family business

Alumna introduces New Zealand farming practices into family business

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.