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We now have four calves nursing from all three mamas. Usually a cow will let only her own calf suck from her, so how did we make this happen? Hard work from a hard working team. First there was Barbara, the calf. Because her mother was critically ill, she stole milk from the other moms, […]Read more
From 20 embryos to over 300 cows, this has been a long journey. From a soil pH of under 5.5 and then back up to normal, we have made great strides. There is nothing better for the soil than to put cows on the fields, to rotate them every day. This is real stewardship. As […]Read more
It is sooo difficult to get a calf to nurse from a bottle and nurse from a mom with little to no milk, (too much nipple confusion). Looking at Barbara, the calf, this morning and thinking about the wonders of nature….and our heroic efforts, you would never know what she went through. Her mom almost […]Read more
by Susan Z. Ritz Published Spring 2012 in Vermont’s Local Banquet On an early January morning in Springfield, the snow-covered pastures of Spring-Rock Farm sparkle in the sun and a small herd of cattle dot the fields like black velvet buttons. From a distance, it’s hard to tell that these animals are anything out of the […]Read more
Vermont Wagyu | Spring-Rock Farm invites you to attend our first production sale in Springfield, Vermont!
Selling over 50 lots of Full-blood Wagyu Cow/Calf pairs, Bred Cows, Bred Heifers, Herd Sires, Pregnancies and Embryos
Visit our Farm and enjoy Vermont-Style hospitality!
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9am to 3pm
Farm Tel: 802-885-7812 (office hours only)
Sheila: 847-702-7812 (for messages)
150 Lower Parker Hill Rd
PO Box 834
Springfield, VT 05156