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Dairy Farms in Nevada

Local, Delicious and Nutritious Dairy Products

Nevada is home to just over 20 dairy farms ranging in size from 500 cows to over 25,000 cows, and as a state ranks 32nd in milk production by volume. The region is excellent for growing forages and providing a dry, comfortable climate for dairy cows. Much of the fluid milk stays in Nevada — supplying 3 fluid milk plants and 1 milk powder plant. The milk powder produced in Nevada supplies high-quality protein to people all over the world. Though Nevada is a small milk-producing state — just 0.3% of the country’s total milk volume — it is a significant contributor to the local economy and can produce enough to supply its entire population with fluid milk.

We pride ourselves in being Nevada farmers with a strong focus on sustainability and innovation. We’re always enhancing our farm and our product. We do this by focusing on cow comfort and seasonal fine-tuning of their diets for optimal nutrition. It’s a misconception that dairies are not data-driven operations, we track everything we do.

Val Christoph, Dairy Farmer & Owner, Liberty Jersey Farm

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