Bobby Prigel, owner of Prigel Family Creamery, leads cows to a barn for morning milking in Glen Arm, Md. Prigel is a purist and feeds his herd entirely from the pasture, but most organic dairies supplement the pasture with corn, soybeans or other grains, even during the grazing season.
Bobby Prigel, owner of Prigel Family Creamery, leads cows to a barn for morning milking in Glen Arm, Md. Prigel is a purist and feeds his herd entirely from the pasture, but most organic dairies supplement the pasture with corn, soybeans or other grains, even during the grazing season. Matt McClain The Washington Post
Bobby Prigel, owner of Prigel Family Creamery, leads cows to a barn for morning milking in Glen Arm, Md. Prigel is a purist and feeds his herd entirely from the pasture, but most organic dairies supplement the pasture with corn, soybeans or other grains, even during the grazing season. Matt McClain The Washington Post

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