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Local farmers keeping livestock healthy

With Door and Kewaunee County farmers looking forward to another planting season this spring, dairy operators are focused on keeping their cows and calves on healthy diets.  Rich Olson of Olson Family Farm in southern Door County says the care given during the winter months vary a little bit from other seasons.

 

 

Olson adds that calves are fitted with calf jackets that help to maintain their body heat to endure through the cold winter months as well.  He says the recent milder than normal temperatures have area farmers looking towards this spring and planting season.

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